After Kangana Ranaut, Manish Malhotra gets BMC notice for making alterations without permission in his bungalow

A day after the Brihanmumbai Corporation demolished a portion of Kangana Ranaut’s Pali Hill office in Mumbai, Bollywood’s fashion designer Manish Malhotra has come under the radar of the BMC. Manish Malhotra has been issued a notice by BMC for illegally turning his residential space into a commercial property. He has been given 7 days to respond.

According to a report in a news portal, the BMC has raised objections over alleged constructions at Manish’s bungalow which is also located at Pali Hill in Mumbai. BMC has pointed out the unauthorised addition and alteration by way of erecting partitions and cabins and unathorised construction of a structure or shed on the first floor of his management office at the bungalow. The notice has reportedly been sent to him under section 342 and 345 of the MMC Act, while writing that he will liable for prosecution under Section 475 A if his explanations on why the illegal constructions should not be demolished are unsatisfactory.

On Wednesday, a high drama unfolded after BMC demolished “illegal” portions of Kangana Ranaut’s Manikarnika Films office. The legal team of the actress approached the court to get a stay on the demolition. The court put a stay on the demolition and has asked the BMC to file a reply to Kangana’s petition.

Following the incident, many Bollywood celebrities have been taking to their social media to slam the inappropriate actions of BMC and supporting Kangana Ranaut.