Putting an eventful past behind, beleaguered actor Dileep, out of jail on conditional bail in the case related to the February 17 actress attack, is back to the sets again. He will face the camera for his upcoming movie Kammarasambhavam directed by Ratheesh Ambatt.
Before resuming his truncated career, the actor first visited the Kakkathuruthy Kalimalarkkavu Bhadrakali temple in Iringalakkuda, Thrissur, along with wife, Kavya Madhavan, and daughter Meenakshi.
The film, which is being made at a cost Rs 20 crore, is scripted by Murali Gopy and produced by Gokulam Movies. The shooting will continue for 20 more days. Dileep's arrest in connection with the actress attack case came when the preparations for the shoot was underway in the Malayattoor forests. Though the shooting had resumed in Malappuram last month, Dileep had not appeared before the camera.
Dileep, who is playing the character of Kammaran will be donning three different makeovers in the movie, which tells the story of three different eras. Actress Namitha Promod is playing the lead role in film which also ropes in Siddharth and Bobby Simha in prominent roles.
Incidents, which happen in the life of Kammaran, form the premises of the film. Actor-script writer Murali Gopy also shares the screen with a major role. The film is being shot in Theni, Chennai, Ernakulam and so on.