BMC had issued a notice to Anushka Sharma based on a complaint by a resident of the housing society for installation of an electric junction box in the common passage area of her building. Anushka Sharma, residing on the 20th floor of Badrinath Tower housing society in suburban Versova, however, denied any wrongdoing. However, the Bollywood actress-producer was then given a clean chit by the civic body
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan found himself in trouble with regards to the illegal ramp he had constructed adjacent to his bungalow ‘Mannat’ in Bandra, Mumbai. He had to pay Rs.1.93 lakh to the BMC which was the cost incurred for demolishing the 'illegal' ramp outside 'Mannat'
The biggest fight of recent times, a Mumbai court has asked the police to register an FIR against comedian Kapil Sharma for allegedly destroying mangroves to construct his Oshiwara bungalow. Sharma had opened the can of worms by tweeting to the prime minister about alleged harassment by the BMC
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has demolished a part of actor Arshad Warsi's bungalow which was allegedly constructed illegally. The actor allegedly carried out an illegal additional construction in the name of renovation in his bungalow after buying it in resale from an Air India employee few years back
Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation(BMC) in September 2016 served notice to former Miss Universe and Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen after some mosquito breeding spots were found at her house in Khar. There were three breeding spots found at her home
The BMC has sent two notices to Bollywood star Arjun Kapoor in 2016 asking him to demolish the an apparently illegal 30-by-16 sq ft brick room without permission, in the building that he resides. Arjun Kapoor, who resides on the 7th floor of Raheja Orchid in Juhu, had built a gym on the terrace of his building. The complaint to BMC didn't come from the residents of the building but from an activist, who does not live there
On a complaint filed by BMC's garden department for allegedly excess trimming of a banyan tree than what was permitted inside his bungalow premises, Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor was under trouble. He had obtained permission for cutting six branches but it was found that more were felled
Shahid Kapoor was served notice by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) after a mosquito breeding ground was found at his flat in a posh Juhu society in September 2016. Breeding area found in his flat during inspection after neighbour Vidya Balan was diagnosed with dengue earlier this week
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has served notices to three Bollywood actors Jeetendra, Anil Kapoor and Juhi Chawla after their residences in suburban Juhu and Malabar Hill in Mumbai were found to be breeding grounds for mosquitoes
A statement from Juhi Chawla's spokesperson said that the matter came to a close three weeks ago itself. "The BMC officers came for their check three weeks ago and asked us to remove the decorative Urli with water in it as they thought it could become a breeding ground for mosquitoes.
Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla and Jeetendra were asked to pay the fine of Rs 2000
The BMC inspected Rani Mukerji's Juhu bungalow, KrishnaRam, over allegations of illegal alterations. According to BMC records available on the AutoDCR website, Mukerji was granted a commencement certificate (CC) to make additions and alterations to KrishnaRam bungalow in 2014, with validity until November 2015. Activists have alleged that even though the CC expired, work continues at the premises. The bungalow is a ground+1 structure with a basement, and activists have alleged that its height has been raised in violation of the plans approved by civic authorities