Arshad Warsi is in a tight spot: Not having followed the BMC norms, he finds that his Versova bungalow is a thing of the past.
Bollywood actor Arshad Warsi
is facing the worst nightmare of his life as the BMC has demolished a part his Versova bungalow in Mumbai.
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Arshad has been busy shooting for his upcoming family entertainer film Golmaal Again. But now the focus from his film shifts. A part of his bungalow in Versova has been demolished by BMC on Monday, for allegedly constructing an additional floor illegally.
The drastic move is the result of the four years old alleged illegality case that came to the attention of BMC. According to a BMC official: “Arshad allegedly carried out an illegal additional construction in the name of renovation in his bungalow after buying it in resale from an Air India employee a few years back.’
On Saturday, the BMC had stuck a demolition notice on the bungalow No. 10 in Air India Co-operative Society (Shantiniketan), giving Warsi 24 hours to remove the illegal construction of second floor (around 1,300sq ft).
The BMC official further added: “We have done a part demolition of the illegally constructed portion as the actor was not present in the bungalow. The remaining illegal construction will be demolished soon.”
The BMC officials also added that they would issue another notice to Warsi and his wife, Maria Goretti, asking them to provide the civic staff access to the property to remove the illegal floor.
It is surprising that some celebrities don’t follow rules.
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