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Criminal petition against Rajinikanth, ‘Lingaa’ producer

A petition has been filed against superstar Rajinikanth and producer Rockline Venkatesh of "Lingaa" in Madras High Court.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | Chennai | Published: March 8, 2015 11:32:45 am
Rajinikanth, Lingaa The petition was filed by R. Singaravadivelan of Marina Pictures. He was one of the distributors of “Lingaa”.

A petition has been filed against superstar Rajinikanth and producer Rockline Venkatesh of “Lingaa” in Madras High Court for causing a loss of Rs.21 crore to the government exchequer.

The petition was filed by R. Singaravadivelan of Marina Pictures. He was one of the distributors of “Lingaa”.

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“Only films with Tamil titles are eligible for exemption of entertainment tax. ‘Lingaa’ is a Sanskrit word, but using Rajinikanth’s influence, producer Venkatesh had gotten an exemption from payment of entertainment tax,” Singaravadivelan said in his petition.

He said this has caused a loss of Rs.21 crore.

The petition will be heard on Monday (March 9).

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