Soundarya Rajinikanth issues clarification over Latha Rajinikanth pulled up by Supreme Court over payment dues

Soundarya Rajinikanth took to Twitter to make a clarification on Latha Rajinikanth pulled up by Supreme Court over payment dues

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Soundarya Rajinikanth issues clarification over Latha Rajinikanth pulled up by Supreme Court over payment dues

In the Kochadaiiyaan payment row, the Supreme Court had ordered Latha Rajinikanth to settle the dues owed by her company Mediaone Global from a Bangalore based company named Ad-Bureau Advertising. The court had given Mediaone Global a twelve-week time to settle the dues which were eventually not taken care of by the Latha Rajinikanth owned company. The court pulled up Latha Rajinikanth in the case and has asked to face the trail in it. With the issue taking new twists and turns, daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth has issued a clarification on behalf of her mother on the matter with the Court Bench’s official order.

Soundarya Rajinikanth took to Twitter to make a clarification on the same. Soundarya has shared the copies of court proceedings that read how things are misinterpreted Check out the tweet below:-

According to media reports, Latha Rajinikanth is one of the Directors of the Mediaone Global Entertainment that had taken Rs 14.90 crore loan from Bengaluru-based Ad-Bureau Advertising to finish post-production work of Rajanikanth-Deepika Padukone starrer film Kochadaiiyaan, directed by Rajinikanth’s younger daughter Soundarya. The amount outstanding is reportedly Rs 6.20 crore. Keeping the petition by Ad-Bureau Advertising pending for three months, the bench of Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice R.Banumathi, in their order, said that Mediaone would pay the amount in three months failing which Latha Rajanikanth would bear the burden of payment.

Justice Gogoi observed: “We don’t like people playing around with court orders. We think you should face the trial. If you’re innocent, you will be acquitted. Face the trial.”

Much has been speculated about the loan issue in the last 6 months and many media reports even said that the loans were all repaid in time, the pending petition has brought few unknown facts to light about the payments.

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