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After sister and manager Rangoli Chandel, actress Kangana Ranaut arrived at her Manikarnika production office, this afternoon. The actress reached her office to check the damage done by the BMC during the proceedings of demolishing her production house, Manikarnika films at Pali, Hill Bandra. The Queen actress has filed a petition against BMC for illegally razing the ‘illegal’ portion of her office. On the other hand, BMC also sent an ‘illegal construction’ notice to actress’ neighbour and Bollywood ace designer Manish Malhotra.
A couple of hours back, Kangana was snapped leaving her house. The actress arrived to inspect her office. If the latest reports in Mumbai Mirror are to be believed, the actress broke down after taking a stock of the damaged parts of her office. In a few online videos, Kangana is seen walking in between the damaged area. As per actress Lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui, the actress suffered a loss of Rs 2 crore. Siddiqui told ABP, the actress ‘suffered losses worth Rs 2 crore as the BMC officials went on to destroy several expensive artefacts and luxury items inside the building.
Talking about BMC he said, “Never have I seen such action in my entire career. It is evident that it was driven by an ulterior motive, a hidden agenda behind all this. Doesn't BMC, Bandra police officers have anything else to do during COVID times? Will make sure damages will be recovered at any cost.”
Meanwhile, Kangana is expected to fly back to her hometown on September 14. The actress was on a short visit to the city following which 14-day home quarantine rule was exempted. (ALSO READ: BREAKING: Kangana Ranaut’s Office Demolished: Actress’ Plea Against BMC For Demolition Adjourned Till Sept 22)
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