Mumbai Police captured Kangana Ranaut’s fan in Kolkata in the wake of educating their partners in Bengal.
A man accepted to be an aficionado of Bollywood entertainer Kangana Raut was captured from south Kolkata late on Thursday night for purportedly settling on danger decisions to Shiv Sena pioneer Sanjay Raut, police said.
“The man recognized as Palash Bose, an occupant of Tollygunge, was captured by a group of Mumbai Police. He would be delivered at the Alipore court today for travel remand,” said a senior Kolkata Police official who knows about the turns of events.
Kangana Ranaut and the Shiv Sena pioneer were occupied with a war of words over Mumbai police’s treatment of the passing instance of Sushant Singh Rajput. During the trade, Ranaut asserted she was being compromised by the Sena pioneer and compared Mumbai to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK), following which, Raut cautioned her against getting back to Maharashtra.
Bose had purportedly undermined the Shiv Sena MP with “critical results”, following which the Mumbai Police reached the city cops and captured the man.
Raut isn’t the prominent lawmaker to have gotten dangers following the sharp trade with Kangana, Maharashtra boss priest Uddhav Thackeray and home clergyman Anil Deshmukh, as well, have called threats, including some from a hidden world.
Kangana Ranaut fans are angry with Sanjay Raut’s supposed unrestrained remarks against Ranaut and the Mumbai municipal body for destroying a segment of her office in Bandra charging illicit modifications to the authorized arrangement. A few fans have been venting their anger against the Maharashtra government via web-based media.