Kangana Ranaut’s Sister Rangoli Chandel Visits Actress’s Partly Demolished Office Surrounded By Heavy Security

Kangana Ranaut’s sister and manager Rangoli Chandel visited actress’ damaged office in Pali Hill, Bandra. Rangoli arrived amid heavy security

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Kangana Ranaut’s Sister Rangoli Chandel Visits Actress’s Partly Demolished Office Surrounded By Heavy Security
After Kangana Ranaut compared Mumbai with Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and Taliban, BMC razed illegal construction. However, the demolition was stopped after Bombay High Court ordered a stay on the move. Kangana along with sister and manager Rangoli returned to Mumbai, yesterday afternoon. Now to check the site damaged by the BMC, Kangana’s sister, Rangoli Chandel visited actress’ office in Pali Hill, Bandra. 

A while back, Rangoli was snapped making an exit from Kangana Ranaut’s office. She had come to check the damage done during the demolition proceedings held by the BMC. Rangoli visited the office amid heavy security. Wearing a black shalwar-suit, Rangoli was snapped heading towards her car. The office space was surrounded by the heavy security. Earlier, Mrs. Chandel had reacted to the demolition her office portion by the BMC. She was using the hashtag #deathofdemocracy. 

A while back, Kangana Tweeted, “I especially want to make it clear that the people of Maharashtra condemn the hooliganism done by the government, many calls are coming from my Marathi well-wishers, the sadness in the heart of the people in the world or Himachal Pradesh. Do not think that I do not get love and respect here.”


“Many of my Marathi friends cried on the phone yesterday, some gave me many contacts for help, some were sending food to the house which I could not accept due to security protocols, this black act of Maharashtra Government has brought Marathi culture and pride in the world. Should not be hurt Jai Maharashtra,” read her next tweet. (ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut To Leave Mumbai In 4 Days? Home Quarantine Exempted For The Actress)




Images SourcE: instagram.com/rangoli_r_chandel 
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