Rajinikanth shares a post on Raghavendra property tax issue

Rajinikanth recently received flak from the Madras high court after the actor moved the court challenging the demand of property tax for his Raghavendra marriage hall. The Greater Chennai Corporation had demanded property tax of Rs. 6.50 lakh from Rajinikanth. The Madras high court warned the actor of imposing costs for wasting the court’s time. Rajinikanth has now shared a tweet regretting the move.

Rajinikanth took to his social media handle to regret his move and tell his fans experience is a lesson. He posted, ‘ராகவேந்திரா மண்டப சொத்து வரி… நாம் மாநகராட்சியில் மேல்முறையீடு செய்திருக்க வேண்டும்.தவறைத் தவிர்த்திருக்கலாம். #அனுபவமே_பாடம்’ which translates to ‘Raghavendra marriage hall property tax… We should have appealed to the greater Chennai corporation. We could have stopped the mistake. #Experienceislesson’

Reports suggested Rajinikanth had stated in the petition to the high court that due to the lockdown, the marriage hall had remained vacant since March 24, 2020 and no revenue was generated. The court had warned the counsel of the petitioner that it will impose costs for wasting court time. The court suggested the petitioner to approach the city corporation by sending them reminders to the representation made.

Rajinikanth is part of Annaatthe. The film is directed by Siva. The film has Nayanthara, Keerthy Suresh, Meena, Sathish, Prakash Raj, Khushbu playing important roles. Imman is composing music for the film.