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Kangana demands Rs.2 crore compensation from BMC for demolishing her office

The dispute between Kangana Ranaut and the Maharashtra government has now taken legal turn. Kangana has left Mumbai to stay in Manali. She will now remain under home quarantine for 10 days. Meanwhile, Kangana has demanded compensation of Rs 2 crore from BMC for partially demolishing her Bandra bungalow. Kangana has filed an amended petition in the Bombay High Court for compensating nearly 40% damage done to her office by BMC.

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