Back in September, Kangana Ranaut and the Maharashtra government were at loggerheads as the actress called the city of dreams perilous and contrasted it with Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir. What followed was a battle of words between the state and actress which gathered responses from all corners. The’s city body in a rush at that point proceeded to destroy Kangana’s office rich space in Bandra referring to ‘wrongdoings’ while the queen was en route to the city.
The destruction of the property of actress Kangana Ranaut’s office in a lodge in Mumbai by the city’s municipal body “is the only malignancy in law”, the Bombay High Court said today, dropping the notification as it heard the actress request against the destruction in September. In a major win, Ms. Ranaut will likewise be made up for the harm brought about by the destruction.
Today, the Bombay High Court subdued this destruction notice by the BMC and instructed the actress to feel free to reestablish her office space to make it livable. The court has additionally guided the arrangement of a valuer to decide the payment payable to the actress for the destruction of her property, revealed Bar and Bench.
Kangana was elated about her victory as she took to Twitter to share the big news. Considering it a victory of the democracy, Kangana tweeted, “When an individual stands against the government and wins, it’s not the victory of the individual but it’s the victory of the democracy. Thank you to everyone who gave me courage and thanks to those who laughed at my broken dreams. It only causes you to play a villain so I can be a HERO.”
The actress had tested the BMC’s destruction notice and even referenced in her request that things worth crores including artworks and books were wrecked by the BMC.