Kangana Ranaut “should have been more vigilant,” Bombay High Court on refusing to hear the urgent plea

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Published by Swathy S on 16 Jun 2021

According to a report, on Tuesday, the Bombay High Court denied the urgent hearing of the plea of Kangana Ranaut¬† seeking directions to the authorities to renew her passport that will get expired in September. As she needs to go for the shooting in Budapest, the Capital of Hungary, Kangana appealed for an urgent plea. Her application to renew her passport was rejected due to a case registered against her. As per the report in India Today, Bombay High Court told that “She should have been more vigilant. If there was urgency, she would have approached you with all the details. Your application is vague”. The court asked her to amend the application and posted the hearing on June 25.

Prasanna Varale and Surendra Tavade, the bench of justices asked Rizwan Siddiquee (lawyer of Kangana Ranaut) for the refusal order and he mentioned to the court that the refusal was verbal and there is no order per se. As per the report in India Today, her lawyer told that “As the passport was expiring, we filed an application. While the application was filed, we were verbally told that because an FIR is registered so the passport will not be renewed’. Reportedly, in October 2020, an FIR was filed against Kangana Ranaut and her sister, Rangoli Chandel.


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