Additionally, the movie financier Anbu Chelian and producer of ‘Bigil’, AGS Leisure, have been requested to elucidate about their transactions. The Earnings Tax raid which was held on February 5 and 6 at Vijay’s premises for greater than 23 hours, had resulted in no cash or paperwork being seized, nevertheless it was revealed that Vijay had been paid Rs 30 crore for the movie. In the meantime, Vijay who’s again to the units of ‘Grasp’ at Neyveli, after the Earnings Tax investigation, has been receiving numerous help from his followers. Now, once more the actor has to take a break from his taking pictures and seem on the Earnings Tax division workplace in Nungambakkam, Chennai, for additional investigation by Thursday, February 13.
Director of ‘Grasp’, Lokesh Kanagaraj, has been filming the scenes of Vijay clashing with Vijay Sethupathi on the Neyveli coal mines. The staff has rented the place for ten days at Rs 25,000 per day. The movie is produced by XB Movie Creators, and it’s anticipated to hit the theatres in April 2020 for a summer season launch.