Kangana Ranaut has fallen prey to yet another controversy. The actress has reportedly been accused of a real estate broker to have not paid brokerage for a property she bought in September 2017 last year. However, Kangana has claimed that she did pay one percent brokerage (which is above Rs 20 lakh) when the deal was signed but the real estate agent is now demanding two percent brokerage.
DNA quoted the Manikarnika actress saying, "My finance team was taking care of the deal, the complainant was paid 1 per cent brokerage close to Rs 22 lakh which as per Industry standards; now he is asking for 2 per cent brokerage. At no point two per cent brokerage was decided on. The money transferred is through the bank and all documents are available."
Commenting on this, the real estate agent said, "I'm aware there will be blatant denials and things will be made to appear as if I'm at fault, it is standard defence. I have no intention to take this to media as I'm the smaller one here and more prone to harm. I'm confident of my matter. It's best to depend on evidence produced by all parties."
Prakkash G Rohira, of Karma realtors, the real estate agent had approached Khar Police station during July-end, says the report. The property is located in Pali Hill, Bandra and Ranaut had agreed on buying it at Rs 20.07 crore.