Comedian Kapil Sharma reached Bombay High Court against BMC’s notice

Comedian Kapil Sharma reached Bombay High Court against BMC’s notice : The comedian turned actor Kapil Sharma knocked the door of the Bombay high court as he filled the petition against the BMC’s decision to demolish supposedly illegal portions of his Versova office.



According to the reports, Kapil Sharma in his petition mentioned that ” the intention of the notice of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) was ‘bad in law’ and issued with ‘malafide intentions.’

Meanwhile, the whole incident began on November 14, 2014, when BMC’s official informed Kapil Sharma that there is illegal construction going on in his flat and asked for the reply of a comedian.

Kapil Sharma replied that there is no illegal construction in his flat, but BMC was not agreed with Kapil’s words. Kapil Sharma then filed the application in court and even, a court asked the BMC to initiate any action pending a hearing of the application.

Although, according to the latest petition of Kapil Sharma, ” even after the court’s verdict the BMC claimed him with another notice on April 28, 2016.

This case took the turn when Kapil Sharma took the Twitter to claim that BMC is asking for Rs. 5 lakhs in exchange of giving permission.



Although, the BMC completely denied to this allegation of Comedian and said there was no incident like this. Even, the incident took another height when several political parties threatened Kapil Sharma that they would not let him shooting for his show “The Kapil Sharma Show.”

Meanwhile, it will be interesting to see what will be the outcome of this spat between the Kapil Sharma and BMC.