Mumbai: His team is doing great in IPL, for a change. And he is very much top of the tree in the film industry. If there's an Achilles' heel troubling Shah Rukh Khan, it's on the home front.
After sending a notice to the Bollywood superstar for environmental violations at his Bandra Bandstand bungalow Mannat in October last year, Mumbai Pollution Control Board (MPCB) claims the actor and his architect did not furnish documents pertaining to coastal regulation zone (CRZ) clearances when they were inspecting the place.
Activist Amit Maru claims King Khan refused to give the documents despite carrying out construction in CRZ area.
According to documents (available with MiD DAY) from MPCB, the inspection carried out by the officials at Mannat on November 30, 2011, Khan and his architect did not provide the documents pertaining to the clearances received from the coastal authority, as well as the local civic body's property clearance card. The officials also stated in their report that the nearly 20,000-sq metre seven-storey property was in CRZ....more
06:10 PM, May 07, 2012