Kangana Ranaut case against BMC : Bombay High Court reserves orders

The Bombay High Court reserves order in Kangana Ranaut’s case against BMC.
Kangana Ranaut case against BMC : Bombay High Court reserves orders

Kangana Ranaut had filed a petition in the Bombay High Court on September 9 against the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, after the civic body demolished parts of the actress’ Pali Hill office-cum-bungalow, citing it as ‘illegal’.

Now, the Bombay High Court on Monday has reserved its order in the case. The court reserved its order after all the concerned parties had filed their written submission and the hearing was concluded.

Earlier, when Kangana had filed the petition, the court had soon ordered a stay on the demolition drive of the civic body. As per reports, Kangana is seeking compensation of Rs. 2 crores from the BMC for the damages caused by them to her property. However, the BMC had stated that Kangana’s claim for damages was baseless and bogus.

Kangana Ranaut, who is known for her bold and strong personality, has started shooting for her upcoming film ‘Thalaivi’ after spending months of lockdown in her hometown Manali.

During the lockdown, the actress was seen taking a stand against the prevailing nepotism in the Bollywood industry and also initiated the insider vs outsider debate. Kangana has also been firm about her stand and always stood up to it.