Malayalam actress abduction case: Dileep’s remanded extended yet again to October 12


As per the latest reports, the Angamaly court has extended Dileep‘s remand to October 12 and rejected his bail plea again. This decision was taken in the light of more evidence presented by the prosecution. As per the reports, Dileep had allegedly offered Rs 3 crore for carrying out the kidnapping case. Two months ago, the actor was arrested for his alleged involvement in the abduction and assault of a Malayalam actress. The actor was arrested based on prima facie evidence. The actor had applied for bail three times through these months, but the court had rejected all of them stating, the actor’s exit could hamper the investigation as he had the potential to influence witnesses.Also Read: Speculation to arrest: Here’s all you need to know about Dileep’s alleged involvement in the Malayalam actress abduction case

A month ago, Dileep was released from jail for two hours to carry out his father’s death anniversary rites. He released form jail surrounded by heavy security and was taken back two hours later. Up until a few weeks, Dileep would have visitors at jail but SIT soon decided to impose restrictions Recently, Kavya Madhavan applied for anticipatory bail but the court cleared it out and stated there was no need for it as  there were no plans to arrest her. But Pulsar Sunil made a shocking revelation with regards to the actress – The ‘madam’ he has spoken of earlier was in fact her. Also, when the actress was interrogated she denied knowing him but he rubbished that claim.

In other news, Dileep’s movie – Ram Leela after two month of delay has finally hit theatres. Some celebs form the industry have come in support of the film. Manju Warrier, his ex-wife urged fans to support film that was a result of everyone’s effort. Interestingly, the two are heading for a clash as Manju Warrier’s latest film – Udharanam Sujatha hits theatres this week too. Dileep’s industry, As per reports on India Today has cost the industry about Rs 50-60 crore.

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