Rajinikanth was given a stern warning by the Madras High Court after he went to court against the Greater Chennai Corporation. Apparently, the city council had demanded Rs 6.50 lakh as property tax from the actress Shri Raghavendra Kalyan Mandapam at the wedding hall in Kodambakkam, Chennai.
Now, according to some media reports, Rajinikanth may withdraw the case as the court warned him that it would be costly to go to court against the demand. According to ANI, his lawyer Vijayan Subramaniam has asked for more time to withdraw the case. Actor Rajinikanth has approached the Madras High Court seeking property tax for the Shri Raghavendra Kalyan Mandapam in Chennai. Will not be found. “
Rajinikanth is said to be paying property taxes regularly and the last tax was paid on February 14, 2020. The municipality had sent a property tax notice in April-September seeking the amount.
At the forefront of the work, Thalaiva will soon resume shooting for his highly anticipated film Annatthe. Nayanthara, Kirti Suresh, Kushbu, Satish and Suri will also be seen in this action-drama film directed by Shiva. Banatrolled by Kalanithi Maran, Kovid-1P (epidemic disease) all over the country (or across the continent) and subsequent lockdown has stopped the shooting of Annathe.
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