Gnanavel Raja summoned by Madras High Court in Rs 3 crore money laundering case
Producer Gnanavel Raja is summoned by the Madras High Court on August 7 to question his connection to the 300 crore money laundering case. Read to know more.
Popular Kollywood producer and distributor Gnanavel Raja, who has produced movies like Singam series, Komban, NOTA, among others, is summoned by the Madras High Court to appear at Ramanathapuram police station on August 7. According to a media report published on Friday, the court has called for the Kollywood producer to investigate his involvement in the 300 crore money laundering case. As per Gnanavel Raja’s attorney, he requested interrogation through video conferencing citing the pandemic, but the High Court had rejected his request.
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Gnanavel Raja’s Rs 300 crore money laundering case
Gnanavel Raja, who runs the production house Studio Green, has been ‘wrongly’ accused. claims his legal attorney Vijayan Subramaniam of Absolute Legal Law Firm, Chennai. Subramaniam released an official statement, which was published on an entertainment portal on Friday, July 24, where he claimed that Gnanavel Raja and one of the main accused in the laundering case Neethimani have only associated once. Neethimani had distributed Gnanavel Raja’s movie Magamuni in 2019. However, their association was not fruitful, so the two have not been in contact since then.