After complaint by the actress, police collect evidence of body duping in Jean Paul Lal case

The actress had filed a complaint with the police stating Jean Paul Lal and Sreenath Bhasi had made inappropriate remarks against her.

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Kerala police file case against Jean Paul Lal and Sreenath Bhasi for indecent remarks against actress

A Malayalam actress had filed a complaint against filmmaker Jean Paul Lal, son of popular Malayalam actor-director Lal, for making lewd remarks against her. The police registered a complaint and are investigating the case and according to latest reports, there seems to be some progress in it. The Kerala police have verified the claims of the actress that a body dupe was used in her place in the film Honey Bee 2 and watched a copy of the CD of the film on Saturday.

The police have, however, asked the original copy of the movie that was submitted to the censor board to since a CD cannot be produced in the court as a material of evidence. According to reports, the costumer and the make-up man of the film have also given their statements to the police, and have confirmed that there were differences and issues between the makers and the actress.

The Malayalam actress had also stated in the complaint that Jean Paul Lal, Srenath Bhasi, Anoop and Anirudh of making inappropriate remarks against her after she approached them for her remuneration for her role in the movie Honey Bee 2. The police have already registered cases against all four of them in connection with these allegations and are investigating it currently.

The Malayalam actress had approached the Panangad police and filed a complaint stating Jean Paul Lal and Sreenath Bhasi had made some lewd comments on her. Reports suggest that the actress had not received payments for her work in the film and the actress had gone to a hotel to ask for the payments but the filmmaker and the actor made some indecent comments against her.

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