Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has moved a petition on Wednesday in the Supreme Court regarding the demolition of her office by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
The actress has requested that "no decision should be taken" without listening to her side, reported by NDTV.
On 27 November, the Bombay High Court granted relief to the Queen actress in her petition challenging the demolition activity by the BMC on her residence-cum-office, Manikarnika Films, on 9 September.
The Bombay High Court had cancelled the notice by the BMC on the demolition of Ms Ranaut's office in a bungalow at Mumbai's Pali Hill, calling it "nothing but malice in law".
The High Court also said Ranaut will be compensated for the damages.
On 8 September, the BMC served Kangana a "stop work" notice, listing out all the "unauthorised alterations" in her property, and gave the actor 24 hours to reply.
On 9 September, the civic body started the process of demolition when the Bombay High Court put a stay on it following a petition by Ranaut.
The court opined that the demolition took place in view of the alleged controversial remarks made by Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut against Ranaut. However, it cautioned the actor to show restraint when speaking about the government on public platforms.