Celebs help Kangana Ranaut as BMC demolishes a part of her workplace&
In a stunning flip of occasions, on the day of Kangana Ranaut’s return to Mumbai, BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) discover had listed 14 violations on the actress’ workplace within the metropolis. This act was met with quite a lot of social media outrage by the netizens and celebs alike. Many celebrated faces from the leisure world got here in help of the diva.
Kangana was in Himanchal Pradesh for months and now she has made her method again to Mumbai. Before coming there, she questioned the involvement of Mumbai Police in Sushant Singh Rajput’s loss of life case. The Queen actress even referred to town as ‘PoK (Pakistan occupied Kashmir)’.
Dia Mirza tweeted in Kangana’s help and wrote, “Kangana comparing Mumbai to POK is not acceptable. But there is absolutely no doubt that @mybmc moving to suddenly conduct a demolition of areas of her office space is totally questionable. Why now? Why like this? What were you doing all this while if there were irregularities?”
“I don’t agree with many of the things Kangana has said in the last few months. The name calling, the vicious personal attacks on individuals, the vilification of people. At the same time i am not okay with her being subjected to personal attacks.”
Rashami Desai additionally shared her tackle the problem and tweeted, “From Power to politics to drugs. The fight for Justice surely has turned too ugly to witness. Well! This “drama” is subsequent stage, completely missing self-discipline and guidelines. And there may be extra to come back.
Himanshi referred to Kangana as ‘Nayak’ and wrote, “What’s going on in Mumbai.. #BMC should wait atleast…. where’s the democracy.. this is wrong… to demolish anyone’s dream house/office #DeathOfDemocracy”
She then added, “Nayak 2.0 #KanganaRanuat #DeathOfDemocracy”
Raveena Tandon tweeted, “Crushing,Demolishing,Mayhem.Sad Sad.All thats happening.Two women,Two sides,are they being used as pawns to vent out dirty political vendettas?Murder,Nepotism,Suicide,Family Grief,MentalHealth,Mafia,Vendetta,Cops,Journalism,Politics,Drugs,Films.#JusticeForSSR shouldn’t be diluted”
Meanwhile, the Bombay High Court requested the BMC to cease the demolition.