The tamil Nadu government notified the madras high court on Thursday, september 16, that Vijay had paid the Rs 40 lakh entrance tax on his Rolls-Royce Ghost, which has been purchased from the United Kingdom. Vijay's petition case for tax-exempt status on his Rolls-Royce Ghost, submitted in 2012, was denied by the madras high court on July 13. The tamil Nadu State Leader's Covid-19 FundRaiser has demanded that the bigil star pay a punishment of Rs.1 lakh.


Vijay, who was penalized Rs.1 lakh by the madras high court for filing an application requesting an exempt status on his purchased Rolls-Royce Ghost, has certainly paid the tamil Nadu government the entire Rs 40 lakh entry tax. The tamil Nadu administration notified the madras high court on Thursday, september 16, that the Beast actor had collected the entry tax on his Rolls-Royce Ghost.


Thalapathy Vijay's petition against Justice SM Subramaniam's Cinematic Superstar statement in the Rolls-Royce Phantom tax-exemption case was heard by the madras high court on July 27. In their challenge, Vijay's team of lawyers claimed that Judge SM Subramaniam made harsh remarks about Vijay and the performing fraternity when he said, "In Kollywood, superheroes have become rulers, pushing people to consider them as true heroes."


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