According to police, the actress was held in the car for an hour, after which, she was dropped near her residence at around 10.30 p.m.
The actress was allegedly abducted and harassed by a gang of five men, who forced their way into her car before fleeing in a busy area.
Pulsar Suni, the most wanted man in Kerala right now, continues to elude the Kerala police 60 hours after he and his gang allegedly waylaid a leading Malayalam film actress’s car.
The phone records show that Pulsar Sunil received a call from a leading film producer late on Friday night; and the phone number he received the call from has been switched off since then.
Pulsar Sunil and the other accused said they had no involvement in the crime and were falsely implicated in the case.
The Congress MP also slammed the mentality of people wherein they shame the victim, while the culprit goes scot-free.
Visiting the State secretariat on a Wednesday is often a gainful exercise, purely from the news-gathering point of view, what with the buzz among the bureaucrats, post the weekly cabinet meeting.
Police probing the incident has gathered crucial evidence, including details of the phone calls made by certain prominent persons in the film industry to key accused Pulsar Suni, after the incident.
Leading stars took to social media to express their shock and resentment over the issue of a popular actress being allegedly molested on Saturday.
The actress was allegedly harassed for two hours by a gang of men, who forced their way into her car before fleeing to a busy area here.
The key accused in the abduction of a popular actor had hatched a conspiracy to blackmail her after taking her nude photographs.
The investigators said procedures for recording the statement were expedited, considering a recent Supreme Court order.
The actor was in Thiruvanathapuram to promote his upcoming 'Singam 3'.
During her visit, Jayalalithaa offered a gold crown and ornament to the Hanuman idol here, besides contributing one lakh rupees to the temple fund.
Close to a month has passed since the great demonetisation -- which I shall abbreviate to demone for brevity -- and the results in Kerala are a mixed bag.