Actor Aamir Khan can finally heave a sigh of relief as BMC has approved his proposal concerning regularisation of amalgamation and internal changes of his flats in Marina Building, Pali Hill, Bandra. The Dangal actor also submitted a letter from IIT Bombay professors, stating that his work won’t affect the structural safety of the building.
Last year, amid the work process, BMC had issued a stop-work notice in which they mentioned that they are not following an architectural format. As per DNA report, sources in BMC claimed that the actor has given up the idea of a staircase. Reports also stated that Aamir had approached the BMC via his architect for regularisation for which the BMC has decided to charge him a penalty and approve his proposal.
A DNA report states, that the last letter in this regard is dated August 6, 2018, which read, ‘as per deputy Chief Engineer (Building Proposal) approval dated July 4, 2018, the subject proposal is approved as proposed and is signed by Executive Engineer Sanjay K of BMC. According to documents available with the newspaper, in June 2018, Amit Sapre, the architect of actor Aamir Khan, submitted the BMC a letter dated May 21, 2018, issued by IIT Bombay, addressed to Aamir Khan, wherein Prof S Banerjee and Prof RS Jangid said, “The proposed alteration in the above flats will not affected overall structural safety and stability of the building and hence recommended for carrying out.”
Prof. Banerjee also told DNA, “Yes, we did the audit for Aamir Khan and found that the architectural work he’s carrying out won’t impact the stability of the building.” On the work front, Aamir will next be seen in Thugs of Hindostan starring Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh.
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