Controversial Bollywood queen Kangana Ranaut can’t get off the headlines. Recently, her request to renew her passport was denied due to an FIR registered by the Mumbai Police.
Ieranat and her attorney moved to the Bombay High Court, deferring the hearing until June 25 and dismissing appeals from the previous hearing.
In her interim application, Ranaut said that passport authorities refused to renew her passport because of the registered FIR for her and her sister Rangoli Chandel. The FIR was submitted by Bandra Police last October after remarks by the two men incited community animosity were raised on Twitter.
The application submitted by Ranaut’s legal team did not include an order from the passport authority, her spokesperson explained, explaining that the authority had raised an oral objection. In response, the High Court stated that it could not pass any order for oral submissions and must make a written order. Ranaut objected to this, saying he had to travel to Budapest to shoot an upcoming movie. multi card.
The jury said, “It’s just a movie. The schedule is subject to change.” “First of all, the content of the application is vague. If I was too vigilant, I could get all the details to court in advance. One week takes over a year to make a film. June 25th is the earliest date we can give. “
Seeing this as unfair treatment, Ranaut was outraged. She expressed her concern to Koo, an Indian microblogging platform that producers had no access to in Pakistan, saying, “The Mahabinashkari government has restarted my indirect bullying.” She also uploaded screenshots to Instagram.
“My request to renew my passport was denied because a roadside Romeo named Munnawar Ali filed a lawsuit against me (the deshdroh case yes, its irony is funny). The court almost dismissed the case, but the court rejected my request. and the reason is ‘my request is ambiguous’.”
She didn’t stop there and brought fellow Bollywood star Aamir Khan into the mix, and she believes she’s in the same situation.
“When Amir Khan offended the BJP government by saying India was intolerant, no one withheld his passport to stop his films or filming. He was never tortured or harassed,” she said. The irony of the difference in their statements seems to have been lost to her.