Twitter recently banned Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut's account over her of violating its rules on hateful conduct and abusive behavior regarding the West Bengal poll results.
The actress posted a tweet on Monday in which she urged Modi to resort to gangster tactics to "tame" West Bengal's Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, whose regional party defeated Modi's Hindu nationalists in elections over the weekend to retain control of the state government.
In her tweet, Ranaut called Banerjee an "unleashed monster" and urged Modi to "tame her".
"We need super gundai (hooliganism in Hindi) to kill gundai… Modi ji please show your Virat roop from the early 2000s," she posted, an apparent reference to 2002 Gujarat riots that took place when Modi was the state chief minister.
Kangana is known for her ardent support of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
This isn't the first time the actress has stirred up controversy by promoting enmity between different groups. Kangana Ranaut has been known for trying to create hatred and communal tension between Hindus and Muslims.
In April last year a police complaint was filed against Kangana Ranaut for referring to Muslims as "terrorists" in her video released in support of her sister Rangoli Chandel, whose Twitter account got suspended for her violent and genocidal call for shooting down Muslims.
Chandel, an infamous genocide-mongering and habitual hate peddler, who has so far managed to escape the clutches of law, had tweeted saying, "make these mullas + secular media stand in a line and shoot them dead…f****k the history they may call us nazis who cares, life is more imp than fake image".
Kangana and her sister Rangoli were booked by the Bandra police October last year for sedition and promoting enmity between different groups.
A Mumbai court ordered an inquiry against actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel for allegedly posting derogatory tweets against Muslims.
Kangana has made several controversial statements recently. On 14 October, the Karnataka Police had filed a first information report against the actor for her tweet against farmers protesting the Indian government's new agriculture laws.
She had referred to the protestors as "terrorists".
Kangana become entangled in a row with the Maharashtra government after she said that Mumbai felt like Pakistan-occupied Kashmir to her and that she feared living in the city.
She had also criticised the Mumbai Police for its handling of actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death. The Indian government gave Ranaut Y-plus security last Septmber.