Malayalam Actress Assault Case: Kerala High Court says that Kavya Madhavan does not need anticipatory bail

The Kerala High Court stated that Kavya does not need anticipatory bail as the prosecution has already given an undertaking that she will not be arrested.

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Kavya and Dileep.

The Kerala High Court, earlier today, stated that Kavya Madhavan does not need to apply for anticipatory bail as the prosecution has already given an undertaking that she will not be arrested. The actress had earlier filed an anticipatory bail plea and stated that a certain section of the film industry is trying to implicate her in the actress assault case. In her application, she had further added that the SIT was humiliating her by letting the main accused Pulsar Suni make shocking claims about her.

In case you did not know, earlier this year, a noted Malayalam actress was abducted and assaulted while on her way to Kochi. This created a buzz in the industry and soon AMMA organised a protest meet, condemning the incident. At the event, Manju Warrier spoke about how there was a conspiracy behind the whole case and urged AMMA to ensure that justice prevailed. Kavya’s husband and Malayalam star Dileep came under a cloud when Pulsar Suni tried contacting him from jail. This led to his arrest on July 10. He has been in custody since. To make matters worse, his bail plea has been turned down on four occasions.

On a related note, all of this has taken a toll on not only Dileep’s personal life but on his professional standing as well. His delayed ‘Ramleela’ is all set to hit screens this week. And, as it so happens, some groups are asking fans to boycott the film and solidarity with the victim.

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