Popular music director A Rahman has allegedly been in a soup as the Income Tax Department has moved the Madras High Court for evading tax on Rs. 3.47 crores that he received from a mobile company from abroad.
Allegedly, AR Rahman directed the mobile company to pay the money to his charitable trust for composing ringtones for it. Back then, Rehman’s charitable trust didn’t have the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act license under which the money paid to it wouldn’t be taxable, says the senior standing counsel for the IT department.
The money can be transferred to the trust only after the deduction of the tax. This isn’t a fresh case on Rehman as the allegations were made on the music maestro in 2015 by the IT department for which the ace music composer appealed the tribunal, last year.
Now, the IT department went to the High Court against AR Rehman. Hence, the Court issued notice to the music composer to explain the charges. Let’s wait for Rehman’s movie in this income tax case.Don't MissJagan, This is Not A Child Play!Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy seems to be handling the Corona crisis...Don't MissAP in Autopilot Mode: High Time Jagan Wakes Up!Andhra Pradesh Government has announced that eleven people were killed in Tirupati RUIA Hospital after...Don't Miss'Verbal Diarrhea' Stopped at Least For a Day!!Young Tiger NTR is tested positive for Coronavirus and the actor had announced it on...Don't MissCOVID-19 Knocked Every Door in RRR CampYoung Tiger NTR has tested positive for Coronavirus. The actor took to Twitter and made...Don't MissHow To Erase All The Hardships of People in The Pandemic? Very EasyUntil a couple of days ago, the entire media space is filled with the hardships...