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Subhash Ghai allowed to continue using Whistling Woods' plot

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Published Jul 31, 2014, 6:13 pm IST
Updated Mar 31, 2019, 3:35 pm IST
This is till the review petition against surrendering the land is decided by the HC
Subhash Ghai.
 Subhash Ghai.

Mumbai: Bollywood filmmaker Subhash Ghai who was ordered by the Bombay High court to vacate the plot in Film city after public interest litigation was filed has some good news to look forward to.

According to a report in Mumbai Mirror The Bombay High Court has now allowed Ghai to continue running his film institute, Whistling Woods International, on a government-allotted plot in Film City till the time his review petition against surrendering the land is decided.

 

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The institute was then ordered to give back 14.5 acres of land and was given a notice period till the end of July, this year.

The filmmaker was granted permission to use the 5.5-acre plot and the institute will be required to pay rent at an annual rate of Rs 45 lakh to Mahrashtra Film, Stage and Cultural Development Corporation (MFSCDC) after he filed a review petition in the High Court stating it didn’t consider certain facts while the order was passed.

 

 

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