The Madras High Court on Thursday issued summons to widespread Tamil producer Gnanavel Raja in reference to Rs 300 crore money laundering case.
As per a report by Tamil news channel Puthiya Thalaimurai, Madras High Court has ordered Gnanavel Raja to seem in particular person at Ramanathapuram police station on August 7 in reference to the Rs 300 crore money laundering case.
Known for his long-standing collaboration with actor Suriya on a number of tasks, Gnanavel is bankrolling the Singam star’s upcoming Tamil undertaking Aruvaa.
Following a grievance by Tulsi Manikandan who registered a case towards Neethimani, Menaka and Anand for embezzling Rs 300 crore, Ramanathapuram Bazaar police learnt by the investigation that producer Gnanavel Raja was additionally concerned in this money laundering.
Gnanavel Raja has filed a case in the Madras High Court in search of to be excused from showing in particular person for trial or to be allowed to seem for trial by video footage till the affect of corona pandemic subsides.
Dismissing Gnanavel Raja’s request to seem by video, Judge GK Ilanthiraiyan has ordered him to seem in particular person on August 7, arguing that the case will solely progress if a face-to-face investigation is carried out.
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Apart from Aruvaa, Gnanavel Raja has Tamil remake of Kannada movie Mufti in the pipeline. After capturing the primary schedule in Bellary, Karnataka a couple of months in the past, the team is but to renew the following schedule. Reports have emerged that the undertaking has been dropped after a fallout between producer Gnanavel Raja and Simbu.
Apparently, the producer incurred lack of Rs 40 lakh in the primary schedule attributable to Simbu and he has raised a grievance towards him in the Producers Council.