Actor Mohanlal, throughout his interaction with mediapersons at the Ernakulam Press Club, took a cautious stance and reiterated that he really wanted to melt the ice.
Mohanlal added that though four members of WCC claimed to have quit from AMMA recently, he could find the resignation letters of only two -- the survivor and Remya Nambeesan.
The 14 active members of the recently-formed WCC took the decision even as superstar Mohanlal, who heads AMMA, said on Saturday that there was no vested interest in taking back Dileep.
The actor said he was pained to read the various criticisms being levelled at AMMA in the past few days.
Dileep reinstatement row: AMMA shouldn't turn into collective of male chauvinists, says Brinda Karat
Karat said that the Association of Malayalam Movie Artistes' stand has humiliated Kerala, which has emerged as a role model in retaining democratic values and progressive thoughts.
Dileep's action came after top actresses Revathy Asha Kelunni, Padmapriya Janakiraman and A. Parvathy wrote to Edavela Babu and demanded an emergency executive meeting.
Mohanlal, who leads the Association of Malayalam Movie Artistes, came under fire from the Kerala Women's Commission on Thursday over the decision to reinstate accused actor Dileep.
While criticizing Dileep, Sudhakaran said he was 'arrogance personified' and alleged that the Malayalam film industry was under the control of a Kochi-centered lobby.
He called upon the CPI-M leadership to get an explanation from these leaders on how Dileep was taken back after having a case in court against him.
Three actresses today wrote an open letter to General Secretary Edavela Babu seeking an urgent meeting of the top artistes' body AMMA to discuss the controversial reinstatement of actor Dileep.
Dileep was suspended from the body after he was accused of playing a role in the conspiracy to abduct the young actress in February 2017 when she was on her way to Kochi from her house.
Actress Bhavana has said that women in Malayalam cinema do not have the same acceptability as their male counterparts considering how producers market their films for satellite rights.