The tussle between Kangana Ranaut and the BMC officials and Maharashtra government has been hitting the headlines for some days now. On Wednesday, the actress landed in Mumbai city only to see her Bandra office, Manikarnika Films completely shambled. After partly demolishing her office, Kangana even filed a caveat against them. This act obviously did not go down well with the netizens, some film personalities and of course Kangana herself. After which, she even released a video on her Instagram account where she was seen talking about the Maharashtra government and movie mafia as she claimed that they broke her office down.
Meanwhile, as Kangana sort of gave an open challenge to them, a case has registered against Ranaut at Vikhroli police station in Mumbai, in regards to defaming the Maharashtra Government and the CM and stating that they have links with 'Bollywood Mafia.' According to the reports in CNN News 18, the complainant alleges that Kangana defamed them when they had no direct connection with the demolition. Reportedly, the complaint was filed by advocate Nitin Mane who registered it with Vikhroli police.
While sharing the video, she also attached her statement which said, "Today, the Maharashtra Govt illegally broke down #KanganaRanaut’s house while she was on a flight to Mumbai, with only 24-hour notice. Completely illegal considering the Govt has banned demolitions due to COVID till September 30. This is what Fascism looks like."
In one tweet, Ranaut mentioned that BMC never sent her any notice and are lying now. “Paid sources of Maha government are spreading fake info, BMC never sent any notice to me until yesterday, in fact, I got all the documents cleared myself from BMC for renovations. @mybmc at least have the courage to stand by your audacity why lie now?” her tweet read.
Image source: Instagram/kanganaranaut/ SpotboyE archives
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