Mumbai, April, 5 (CINEWS): Veteran on-screen character Rishi Kapoor is not one to mince any words on Twitter and this time he has talked up against developers who offer homes to individuals on ‘false guarantees’.
Veteran Bollywood star Rishi Kapoor is known for his plain talk and never minces any words with regards to communicating his perspectives on delicate matters – be it blind religious convictions, hamburger boycott or tackling spoilers.
The 63-year-old at the end of the day demonstrated his ‘simple’ side on smaller scale blogging website with a post that tackles the manufacturers. He took to Twitter to take a burrow at the land division over the way in which they by and large offer homes to individuals.
He posted a picture of a glass of lager with the inscription, “Manufacturers must disclose plinth territory to future purchasers in this way!”
The picture had a little measure of lager and a ton of brew head. While the lager was depicted as rug territory, the foam was termed super developed.
Manufacturers for the most part control the proportion between super developed (stairs, lift, halls and so forth.) and rug zones (net usable zone inside the house) while offering the property. The Land (Regulation and Improvement) Bill, 2016, which was as of late endorsed by both places of the Parliament, is, in any case, anticipated that would change this.