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My fans, friends were pained to see illegal demolition of my house: Kangana Ranaut

On Tuesday, Kangana also expressed her disappointment after top Bollywood production houses and associations filed a suit in Delhi High Court against certain news channels for defaming the industry.

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My fans, friends were pained to see illegal demolition of my house: Kangana Ranaut
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Almost a month after her Mumbai property was demolished by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), actor Kangana Ranaut on Tuesday shared pictures of handwritten notes by her fans and said they were "pained to see the illegal demolition." 

The 'Panga' actor took to Twitter to share two pictures of a hand-written note by her fan along with some gifts extending support to her.

Kangana wrote, "My fans/friends were pained to see the illegal demolition of my house, this collective gesture of theirs has moved me,these idols will enhance the beauty and divinity of my temple which was brutally broken will always remind me there is more kindness in the world than cruelty"

Check out her tweet here. 

Earlier last month, the BMC had demolished parts of her production house - Manikarnika Films - situated in Mumbai's Pali hills. 

On Tuesday, Kangana also expressed her disappointment after top Bollywood production houses and associations filed a suit in Delhi High Court against certain news channels for defaming the industry.

She also mentioned how the industry, especially the big heroes, exploited the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. "Big heros not only objectify women but also exploit young girls, they don't let young men like Sushant Singh Rajput come up, at the age of 50 they want to play school kids, they never stand up for anyone even if people are being wronged before their eyes #BollywoodStrikesBack," Kangana added, posting a picture of Sushant.

Bollywood's civil suit against the news channels has sought to restrain these media houses from conducting media trials of Bollywood personalities and interfering with their right to privacy.

The plaintiffs also prayed that the defendants abide by the provisions of the Programme Code under the Cable Television Networks Rules, 1994, and to withdraw, recall and take down all defamatory content published by them against Bollywood.

(Inputs from ANI)

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