National Award-winning actress Kangana Ranaut's name has been embroiled in a controversy of late against the Shiv Sena-ruled Maharashtra government. On Wednesday, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials demolished a few structures of Kangana's Pali Hills bungalow house office in Mumbai, leading to the actress lashing out against the state Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in a series of tweets. Taking to her Twitter page, the Queen actress wrote, "Come Udhav Thakeray and Karan Johar Gang you broke my work place come now break my house then break my face and body, I want world to see clearly what you anyway do underhand, whether I live or die I will expose you regardless."

Kangana's tweet has since received a tremendous response from many with Tamil actor and producer Vishal now praising the actress on her stand up to the Maharashtra government, while comparing her to socialist revolutionary freedom fighter Bhagat Singh. Taking to his Twitter page, Vishal penned a note saying, "Dear Kangana, Hats off to your guts, you have never thought twice to voice out what is right & what is wrong. It wasn't your personal issue, but even then facing the wrath of the Government, you stayed strong which makes it a very big example. It's something similar to what Bhagat Singh did in 1920s. This will set an example for people to speak against the Govt when something is not right and not necessarily being a Celebrity but also as a common Man. Freedom of Speech (Article 19). Kudos to you, I Bow to you, GB"

Yesterday, after the demolition of her office, Kangana appeared on video and shared a message for Uddhav Thackeray saying she is thankful to him for displaying his cruelty. She went on to state that his ego too would break down someday just as he had broken down her house. Citing the plight of the Kashmiri Pandits, the actress then added that she will make a film on Ayodhya as well. Earlier in the day, she had compared Mumbai to Pakistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir as BMC officials engaged in demolishing portions of her office building, after they alleged there were "illegal alterations" made.