After the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) issued a ‘Stop Work Notice’ to Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut under section 354(A) of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act, the governing civic body filed a caveat against Kangana in the matter of “unauthorized construction” in her Mumbai office. Also Read - Kangana Ranaut Demands Apology From Sanjay Raut For His 'Haramkhor Ladki' Statement, Says ‘I am The Highest Paid Actor’

Kangana Ranaut on Tuesday said that even if the corporation breaks her office, it will only “strengthen” her spirit more. Taking to Twitter, the actor posted pictures of the caveat filed against her by the BMC and dubbed her office as her house. “BMC has filed a caveat against me, really desperate to break my house, I deeply love what I built with so much passion over so many years but know that even if you break it my spirit will only get stronger …. GO ON …”, writes Kangana. Also Read - Kangana Ranaut Wants 'Terrorism Free' Film Industry After Yogi Adityanath's Announcement


A caveat is a formal request to the court that it must not pass any order without hearing the person or the party which has filed it.

Kangana also shared a tweet that she is following Rani Laxmi Bai’s footsteps and won’t take a step back.

The BMC had earlier in the day, served a notice to her for alleged unauthorized construction in her office Manikarnika Films- Kangana’s production house in Mumbai, mentioning 14 violations in the notice. They had given the ultimatum for 24 hours to produce permission. The notice says that Kangana Ranaut has unlawfully commenced the building’s renovation. The finishing work is the unauthorized portion of the office premises. In the notice, the BMC has said if Kangana fails to produce permission, then without any further notice, the building will be removed or pulled down.

This comes a day after the BMC had carried out an inspection at the office of the actor turned filmmaker’s film company ‘Manikarnika Films.’ The office is situated in Mumbai’s Pali Hills.