Kangana Ranaut To Leave Mumbai In 4 Days? Home Quarantine Exempted For The Actress

14-day home quarantine rule exempted for Kangana Ranaut as she’s here on a short visit. Ranaut is expected to fly back on Sep 14.

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Kangana Ranaut To Leave Mumbai In 4 Days? Home Quarantine Exempted For The Actress
Yesterday, Kangana Ranaut landed in Mumbai from hometown Manali amid all the chaos revolving around her Bandra office space. BMC arrived at her office with a bulldozer to demolish the ‘illegal structure’. However, later, the Bombay High Court ordered a stay on the demolition. As Kangana is currently in the Bay, it is being reported that she’s here for a short visit. Here’s the latest development, Kangana Ranaut has exempted 14 days home quarantine rule. 

Ms. Ranaut, who is in news for all the wrong reasons, has exempted 14-day home quarantine rule for those arriving from outside the state. A senior BMC officer told PTI, “Since she is staying here for less than a week, she was exempted under the `short-term visitor category.” The actress is expected to flu back to her home on September 14. All the chaos started after Manikarnika actress compared Mumbai with Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, Taliban and Pakistan. 

Yesterday morning, BMC team arrived at Ranaut’s Pali Hill office to demolish the illegal parts of the building. As per reports, Mumbai mayor Kishori Pednekar alleged that Kangana was given 24 hours to produce documents but she failed to do so. It was also reported that, BMC has listed 14 violations by Kangana. Ranaut and BMC’s face-off is seeing new twists and turns with each passing day. 
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A while back we told you, Kangana’s neighbour Manish Malhotra too has been sent a notice for making illegal changes at his office. As per reports, the ace Bollywood designer has made his residence into commercial space and made a few illegal violations.  (ALSO READ: 'Main Postman Hai' Memes Take Twitter By Storm After TV Reporters Quiz A Mailman Over Demolition Of Kangana Ranaut's Office)




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