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KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has stated that police protection cannot be given to Dileep’s film Ramleeela releasing on September 28. Tomichan Mulakupadam, the producer of the film had filed a plea in the court seeking police protection for the release of the film. The plea also mentioned that the film was scheduled to release on July 21 and it got stalled following the arrest of the actor on July 10.

An amount of Rs one crore was spent for the promotion of the film made at an amount of Rs 15 crore. The theatre owners fear an attack if the film is shown. There has been no significant progress in the investigation even after two months in the arrest of the actor.

A heavy loss would be incurred if the film is not released till the case ends. With the arrest of Dileep, the film industry is in a state of stagnation.

 

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