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Actress Urmila Matondkar has flared up on Kangana Ranot, who has been continuously slamming on Mumbai and Bollywood. He has given Kangana an advice. At the same time, Kangana expressed his displeasure at Mumbai being described as Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. In a conversation with India Today's Marathi web channel Mumbai, Urmila has put her side to the ongoing drugs debate in Bollywood.
Why did Kangana not start with Urmila Boli-Himachal?
'The whole country is facing the threat of drugs. Does he (Kangana) know that Himachal Pradesh is a stronghold of drugs? Kangana should start with her kingdom first. Kangana in her tweet said that she will disclose the drug connection. To this, Urmila said, “Why have they been given security of Y Security by the tax payers' money even though they have not yet disclosed the people involved with the drug.”
On Kangana's Mumbai comment, Urmila said, 'There is no doubt that Mumbai belongs to everyone. Whoever loved this city gave him as much. As a daughter of the city, I will not tolerate this derogatory comment. When you are making such statements about this city, it is not only for the city but also for the people here. '
'If one person is always shouting it does not mean that he is telling the truth. Some people have a habit of always shouting. First she plays the Victim Card when she loses in it, then the Woman plays the card. '
What did Kangana say?
The controversy between Kangana Ranot and Sanjay Raut was openly revealed on September 3, when the actress alleged in a tweet that the Shiv Sena leader had threatened her not to come to Mumbai. Also wrote that why does Mumbai look like Kashmir occupied by Pakistan?
Apart from this, Kangana said on the use of drugs in Bollywood after the drug angle surfaced in Sushant case, 'I request Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Ayan Mukherjee, Vicky Kaushal to submit their blood samples for drug test Give, there are rumors that he has a habit of cocaine addiction, I want him to expose these rumors. If they present clean samples, then these youth can inspire millions.