Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut left her hometown of Mandi in Himachal Pradesh for Chandigarh by street early on Wednesday to catch a flight to Mumbai after testing unfavorable for Covid-19 late Tuesday evening.
An inconclusive Covid-19 report on Tuesday threatened to disrupt her journey plans to Mumbai amid her ongoing confrontation with Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut over her remarks that she doesn’t really feel secure in Mumbai after the dying of actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
Final week, Kangana had taken to Twitter to say: “Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena chief, has given me an open risk and requested me to not come again to Mumbai. After Aazadi graffitis in Mumbai streets and now open threats, why Mumbai is feeling like Pakistan occupied Kashmir?”
The actor was offered Y-plus Central Reserve Police Pressure (CRPF) safety on the advice of the Himachal Pradesh Police chief Sanjay Kundu after she complained of risk to her life.
She travelled from her house within the periphery of the vacationer city of Manali to her native Bhambla village in Mandi district on Tuesday. A medical staff in Manali had taken swab samples of Kangana and her youthful sister, Rangoli Chandel, for Covid-19 testing as she had plans to journey to Mumbai. Nonetheless, the report was inconclusive.
Later, a staff from Lal Bahadur Shastri Medical Faculty in Mandi drew contemporary samples of the sisters. Each examined unfavorable in outcomes declared round midnight and left for Chandigarh from Mandi district by street to board a flight to Mumbai. It’s a five-hour drive from Mandi to Chandigarh.
Chief minister Jai Ram Thakur, who had described her as a daughter of Himachal Pradesh, spoke to Kangana over the cellphone on Tuesday and confirmed that she could be travelling on September 9.