Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has given a verdict in favor of Kangana over a dispute between the Bollywood actress and BMC. The Bombay High Court said that there is evidence that no illegal construction was done at the demolished Kangana’s office. The court said the BMC action was done with the wrong intent. The High Court has quashed BMC’s order of demolition and has also ordered BMC to compensate Kangana for the damages caused by the demolition in the office.
Apart from this, the Bombay High Court has asked Kangana Ranaut to exercise restraint while putting her views on social media. The court has also said that irresponsible comments made by a citizen to a state should be ignored. No such action can be taken for such irresponsible comments of a citizen.
Regarding the demolition of the office, Kangana had tweeted that, “the first film ‘Ayodhya’ was announced in my production house ‘Manikarnika Films Private Limited’, it is not a building for me but Ram temple, Babur has come here, today history will repeat again and the Ram temple will be broken again. But remember Babur, this temple will be built again, this temple will be built again, Jai Shri Ram, Jai Shri Ram, Jai Shri Ram.’
Kangana Ranaut’s office (Manikarnika Films Private Limited) is built up to two floors with ground floor. BMC alleged that when it looked at the structure of the office building, it found that it is included in the records of 1970. Many violations have been committed during the construction of the office. Many places have been incorrectly extended.