The controversy surrounding superstar's Lingaa is refusing to die down as the producer knocks court doors for help
The troubles seem to be never-ending for Superstar Rajinikanth’s Lingaa. Now the producer Rockline Venkatesh has gone to court and got a stay order. The judgement passed is that there can be no negative campaigning against the producer, the movie or Rajinikanth across any media or otherwise.
A list of 105 media has been sent the court notice to prevent them from publishing or broadcasting any further news. Distributors have been threatening to go a protest since they incurred losses and want the Superstar to help settle this amount.
Rajinikanth - as like with all other issues - has been staying out of this controversy. There was talk that his property would be auctioned and that he would pay back the money lost by some distributors across seven areas in Tamil Nadu.
The fight between distributors and producer Rockline Venkatesh has been on since Lingaa released – they claim that that they were told by Venkatesh that Lingaa was a superior film to Enthiran and they paid huge amounts only to realise it’s a very poorly made film.
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