Kangana Ranaut responded to a post that claimed her next movie Emergency was the first to be filmed inside of Parliament. Kangana directed the movie.
Actress Kangana Ranaut responded to rumours that her new movie, Emergency, had been given permission to shoot inside Parliament on her Instagram account.
Earlier, Kangana was said to have asked the Lok Sabha Secretariat for permission to film inside the Parliamentary grounds, according to news agency PTI.
Additionally, it stated that she is likely to be denied while her letter is being reviewed.
On Tuesday, Kangana uploaded a post that stated, "Emergency movie will shoot soon in parliament, first time ever a movie is allowed to shoot there."
Sources with the PTI previously asserted that Kangana wrote the Lok Sabha Secretariat a letter. She asks for permission to film the movie on the Emergency on Parliament property in the letter.
According to sources, private entities often are not given permission to film or record any type of videography inside of Parliament buildings.
Any official or government work, however, may present a separate set of challenges.
Only a select few are permitted to film programmes or events within Parliament, including the public broadcasters Doordarshan and Sansad TV.