“Even though I am in the highest tax bracket, I pay almost 45% of my income as tax, even though I am the most taxable actress, but because I have no still paid half of my taxes from last year, this is the first time in my life I’ve been late paying my taxes, “Ranaut wrote.
Ranaut, who recently recovered from a novel coronavirus, said the government was charging her interest on the pending amount, but she still welcomes the move.
“I am late to pay taxes but the government is charging me interest on this pending tax money, but I still welcome this decision. The time could be tough for us individually, but together we are harder than the time, âshe wrote.
On the work side, Ranaut is awaiting the release of his multilingual biographical film ‘Thalaivi’ which has been postponed due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in India.
Directed by Vijay and written by KV Vijayendra Prasad, the film chronicles the life of J Jayalalithaa, former CM of Tamil Nadu and actor set to hit theaters on April 23.
The nationally awarded actor will also headline the films “Tejas” and the actor “Dhaakad”, while “Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda” and a film about the former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi are in the works.