MUMBAI: All eyes were on Kangana Ranaut as her flight landed at Mumbai airport on Wednesday afternoon from Chandigarh. She was returning to the city for the first time following her controversial remarks against the Mumbai Police and a subsequent war of words between her and Shiv Sena.

As she walked out, she was greeted by Shiv Sainiks, most of them ground staff of the airport authority, waving placards and shouting slogans. There were also a few from the Republican Party of India and Karni Sena who had gathered in support of her.

Apart from a series of angry tweets, the actor unleashed a video message in Hindi addressed to state chief minister Uddhav Thackeray that raised eyebrows. “Uddhav Thackeray, what do you think, you have achieved by conniving with the film mafia and demolishing my house? Today my house has broken, tomorrow your arrogance will break,” it said.

She also posted videos of the demolition of unauthorised extensions in her bungalow, quoted the Bombay high court stay order in her favour, and questioned the silence of “fancy feminists, Bullywood activists, candle march groups and award vapsi gang” which have “no comments on what high court said about open murder of law and order in Maharashtra”. “Well done, thank you for proving me right always, you all deserve the treatment you get from me,” she tweeted.

“Such is the wheel of life. Remember time does not remain the same forever. In fact, I feel you have obliged me…” she went on.