Tamil Superstar Rajinikanth is considered no less than a god in the south of India and now we hear that his wife has unfortunately got into a legal trouble. An FIR has been lodged against Rajinikanth's wife Latha Rajinikanth under the Indian Penal Code section 420 (cheating) and section 463 (forgery).

The case is registered at Ulsoor Gate police station and relates to forging of documents which she had used for obtaining a gag order from the court against some distributors and media organizations relating to superstar husband Rajinikanth's movie "Kochadaiiyaan".

The case relates to forging payment documents and cheating a post production unit who was working on the film "Kochadaiiyaan". The complaint on the basis of which the FIR was initiated by the police was lodged by Ad Bureau Advertising Pvt Ltd's Managing Director M Abirchand Nahar, Chennai.

Mr. Nahar in his complaint has alleged that his company did the post production for the movie worth Rupees 14.9 crore for which Rajini's wife Latha Rajinikanth had even signed a contract. He has claimed in the complaint that out of the Rupees 14.9 crore payable, Latha paid his company only Rupees 8.7 crores and the balance of Rupees 6.2 crore was never paid to his company. Ad Bureau was apparently paid only Rupees 8.7 crores and thus has filed a suit against Mediaone Global Entertainment.

This had resulted in Ad Bureau taking Mediaone to court which was reported by the media and Latha then got an injunction order for the same restraining the media to report on it.

Latha Rajinikanth also produced fake documents in the name of a non existing organization named Publishers and Broadcasters Welfare Association of India and the same were rejected by the court.

The police found the documents to be fake, rejected them and registered a case against her.

Rajinikanth's wife Latha's lawyer apparently has dismissed all the charges and have warned legal action against the party which has filed the complaint. It is noteworthy that Ad Bureau has come forward and initiated a complaint and FIR after almost seven months since the issue erupted the first time.