PTI had reported that during the judgement that was released in Feb for the case, “A bench comprising Justices Ranjan Gogoi and R Banumathi clarified that if the firm Mediaone Global Entertainment Ltd does not pay the dues to AD-Bureau Advertising Pvt Ltd within three months, then Ms Latha would have to pay the amount as per the undertaking given by her. Within the aforesaid period of three months, if the company – Mediaone Global Entertainment Limited does not pay the balance dues, the respondent-accused i.e. Latha Rajinikanth has undertaken before the court to pay the amount due.” The amount was taken for the promotions of the actor's movie in 2014, however, the firm believes the loan that they granted was used for some other purposes. It further stated that Latha and her company refused to pay the loan amount to the advertising bureau. Also Read - Rajinikanth's Kochadaiiyaan yet to get a release date in Sandalwood?