Kangana was happy with the decision of Bombay HC against BMC and said- ‘Thank you villain, otherwise I am a hero …’


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Kangana Ranaut shared a video on her Instagram. While sharing this video, he wrote the caption- ‘When someone personally stands against the government and wins. This is not the victory of one person, this is the victory of democracy ‘.

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  • Latest version:November 27, 2020, 2:55 am IST

Mumbai The Bombay High Court has ruled that the office of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut in Mumbai was vandalized by the BMC on September 19. The court ruled in Kangana’s favor, after which she expressed happiness. The court quipped that the BMC’s move was done with a malicious attitude, so they would have to pay compensation for Kangana’s sabotage. Following the court’s decision, Bollywood’s Panga Girl shared a video set of Thalaivi expressing happiness that she called it a victory for democracy.

Kangana Ranaut shared a video on her Instagram. While sharing this video, he wrote the caption- ‘When someone personally stands against the government and wins. This is not the victory of one person, this is the victory of democracy. I thank all of you who have given me courage and those who have given wings to my broken dreams. You play the villain, so I can be the hero.

In the video he says, ‘Hello all of you, I am shooting for Animate right now. I received the good news that the decision to build my bungalow was in my best interest. Like I said when someone stands up against the government and it can win. This is the victory of democracy. I want to thank all of you who played the villain, which is why I was able to play the role of a hero. Today, a bench of Justices SJ Kaithwala and RI Chagla ruled in the case as the vandalism was unauthorized. This was done with the wrong intention. This was an attempt to prevent the applicant from seeking legal assistance. The court also quashed BMC’s illegal construction notice.

We tell you that last September 9 BMC vandalized Kangana Ranaut’s office and said that some parts were illegal, against which Kangana approached the court. Subsequently, the court stayed the BMC’s action. Kangana’s lawyer claims that 40 percent of the offices were demolished. It includes many valuable resources including chandeliers, sofas and rare patterns.

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