Divya Dutta receives an electricity bill of Rs 51,000, gives her reaction

Published: 26 July, 2020 15:45 IST | IANS | Mumbai

Divya Dutta has taken to her Twitter account to share her electricity bill of Rs 51,000. This is how the actress has reacted on the amount!

Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Divya Dutta
Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Divya Dutta

Actress Divya Dutta is quite shocked to receive a monthly electricity bill of Rs 51,000. On Sunday, Divya took to Twitter and called out her electricity provider for charging her a higher rate for electricity consumption.

"Dear @TataPower...what's happening.. a monthly bill of 51000?? Shagun dena hai lockdown ka? Pls sort this asap," Divya tweeted. Have a look right here:

Last month, several other Bollywood celebrities raised the issue of inflated electricity bill in Mumbai. Actress Taapsee Pannu had complained about the "insane rise" in her electricity bill for the month of June 2020.

"3 months of lockdown and I wonder what appliance(s) I have newly used or bought in the apartment only last month to have such an insane rise in my electricity bill @Adani_Elec_Mum. What kind of POWER are you charging us for," Taapsee had tweeted.

Along with it, she had attached pictures of the electricity bills, showing how she was charged Rs 36,000 for the month of June 2020. The bill for April was Rs 4,390 while the one for May amounted to Rs 3,850 only.

Later, the power company clarified the issue and explained why there's increase in the bills.

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