Kangana-BMC row: Actress files caveat in SC over the demolition of her Bandra office

Last week, the Bombay HC set aside the demolition order passed on September 9 by the BMC.

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The Bombay HC had directed the BMC to pay Ranaut the value of damages.
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In a fresh development in the Kangana Ranaut-BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) row, the 'Panga' actress is now knocking on the SC's doors.

According to news agency ANI, Ranaut has filed a caveat in the apex court, requesting that no order should be passed without hearing her side in case the civic body challenges relief given to her by the Bombay HC.



Last week, the Bombay HC set aside the demolition order passed on September 9 by the BMC and held that the demolition action “was actuated by mala fides.’’ The purpose of using section 354A of the BMC Act (meant for ongoing illegal construction) was "more sinister'' and “mainly to prevent from taking legal recourse for… preventive action,’’ held the HC.

According to the news agency PTI, the court observed that the BMC officials involved in the demolition acted out of malice and also appointed a valuer to assess the quantum of damage.

The Bombay HC had directed the BMC to pay Ranaut the value of damages.

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The trouble between the Sena and Kangana started after the actor recently said she feared the Mumbai police more than the "movie mafia" and likened the Maharashtra capital to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).
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Actress Kangana Ranaut is used to making news, be it for winning a National Award, creating waves at the box office, or even for her personal life. The actress is known to not mince her words, even if it means things not always working in her favour. While Ranaut doesn’t shy away from commenting on issues she feels strongly about, recently the ‘Manikarnika’ actress has been receiving flak from a section of the media.

However, it’s not just Ranaut’s statements that have come under scrutiny, but also that of her sister and manager, Rangoli Chandel. Chandel’s tweets often slamming anyone and everyone in Bollywood, have received criticism. Several fans have even taken to the microblogging site to say that Rangoli, whose Twitter bio reads 'Manager & Sister to #KanganaRanaut' may be harming the 'Queen' star's image and overshadowing her work. some have even requested the actress to hire a professional publicist.

But Kangana isn't the first celebrity to be managed by a family member. Several others have also taken the family route when it comes to professional matters.


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Priyanka Chopra-Jonas, whose 15-year-old court battle with former manager Prakash Jaju recently came to an end, is managed by venture capitalist Anjula Acharia who herself shuttles between Silicon Valley and Hollywood. The 37-year-old's music portfolio, largely international, was earlier managed by Troy Carter whose clients also include Lady Gaga and John Legend.

However, despite having a professional team at work, the 'Quantico' star has often said that her mother Madhu, with whom she co-owns the production house Purple Pebble Pictures, is her CFO and handles all the finances and legal work.

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Queen Bey and her father-manager Mathew Knowles's fallout was the stuff of headlines. While the 67-year-old now claims that he shares a good relationship with both his daughters, Beyoncé and Solange, after having learnt to switch from manager to father, it wasn't always the case. Mathew not only managed 'Destiny's Child' but reportedly also trained three members to sing.

Mathew was around right from the beginning of Beyoncé's career, until over a decade later when on March 28 in 2011 the 'Sorry' singer announced that the duo were going their separate ways, and the decision was mutual.

Since the split, the singer has been managed by her own company, Parkwood Entertainment.

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Kristen Mary Jenner, commonly known as Kris Jenner (2nd left), is the name behind the ever-growing Kardashian brand. The original 'momager', Kris pitched the idea of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' to Ryan Seacrest Productions in 2007.

The twice-divorced mum of six manages her entire clan - Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Rob, Kendall and Kylie. This year, she even trademarked 'momager' - the term she helped make famous.

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