Urmila Matondkar says she’s going to NOT be a part of Shiv Sena&
- Urmila Matondkar says she is not going to be a part of Shiv Sena
- Earlier, Harshal Pradhan and Sanjay Raut mentioned that the actress will be a part of the celebration quickly
- The actress contested 2019 Lok Sabha elections on Congress ticket
Bollywood actress Urmila Matondkar, who made headlines a yr in the past for contesting 2019 Lok Sabha elections on Congress ticket, has denied becoming a member of Shiv Sena celebration in a current interview. After a number of media studies instructed that Urmila will quickly announce her re-entry into politics as a Shiv Sena celebration member, the actress got here ahead to clear the air and refuted all such claims.
In an interview with DNA, Urmila was requested whether or not she’s going to be a part of Maharashtra’s ruling celebration Shiv Sena or not. In reply, she mentioned, “No, I am not.”
For the uninitiated, Harshal Pradhan, an in depth aide of Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray, had just lately mentioned that Urmila will be a part of the celebration within the CM’s presence. It was additionally reported that her identify has been forwarded to governor B S Koshyari by the Shiv Sena for nomination to the Legislative Council from the governor’s quota.
Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut had additionally just lately mentioned that the actress will likely be becoming a member of the celebration on Tuesday. “She [Urmila Matondkar] is a Shiv Sainik only. She will join the party by tomorrow. Our mahila aghadi is getting stronger,” Raut mentioned.
In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the actress contested on a Congress ticket from the Mumbai North constituency. She misplaced the seat to BJP candidate Gopal Shetty. Later, she introduced her exit from the celebration citing ‘petty in-house politics’ as the rationale.
The actress was final seen on the silver display screen in Blackmail tune Bewafa Beauty. She made her display screen debut as a baby artiste within the 1980 Marathi movie Zaakol and later, she appeared within the 1983 movie Masoom, which was helmed by Shekhar Kapur. Other than Hindi and Marathi movies, she has appeared in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam movies.