Kangana Ranaut on Thursday took to her Twitter handle to share some before and after pictures of her Mumbai office that was demolished by the BMC. Read —
Kangana Ranaut on Thursday took to her Twitter handle to share some before and after pictures of her Mumbai office that was demolished by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Using the hashtag, National Employment Day, Kangana captioned the pictures, “This is rape, of my dreams, my spirit, my self-esteem, and my future”.
Actor Kangana Ranaut on Thursday lashed out at the Congress-led opposition for trending ‘National Unemployment Day’ on September 17 reminding them of how they had snatched her employment in Maharashtra by illegally demolishing her office in Mumbai.
“Turned my place of work into a graveyard, made so many people lose their jobs, a film unit employs several hundred people, a film that is released runs the house of many from theatres to those of popcorn sellers. All of those who snatched our employment are celebrating #NationalUnemploymentDay17Sept today,” tweeted Kangana.
Kangana seeks compensation of Rs 2 crore from BMC
Actor Kangana Ranaut has amended her petition before the Bombay High Court to seek compensation of Rs 2 crore from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for “illegal” demolition at her bungalow. After the BMC demolished what it termed as illegal alterations at the Queen actor’s bungalow at Pali Hill in suburban Bandra on September 9, Ranaut moved the high court.