The film is being directed by Mark Lambert Bristol while Julie B Denny has penned the script.
The offenders were booked under the Wildlife Protection Act and further investigation is underway.
They have now been confirmed to be of a rhamphorhynchine pterosaur -- the first creature to be found in Gondwana, the prehistoric supercontinent that later formed the southern hemisphere landmass.
Rajesh Sutar, a volunteer of the Snake Helpline, reached the house and rescued the lizard.
Villagers suspected that a lizard may have fallen when the lassi was being prepared, the police official said, adding that those who died were aged 50 and 60.