Kochi: By posting the first look poster of his new film ‘Kammara Sambhavam’, actor Dileep has made a comeback to the social media. This is his first Facebook post after walking out of jail on bail in the February 17 actress assault case.
In the post, the actor wishes his fans a very prosperous new year and thanks them for standing by him during all the adversities he faced. He likens them to God, saying he draws support from them. Dileep also makes a plea to continue the love and affection being showered on him.
The previous Facebook post by Dileep was a still from his film ‘Ramaleela’ that he shared on July 10, 2017.
In the latest post, Dileep says ‘Kammara Sambhavam’ is the most unique character in his career. The poster of the film shows the actor in an army uniform and sporting a beard. Within one hour of posting the image, it collected around 45,000 likes and 4,400 shares.
The post concludes with a cryptic statement: “Dedicated to those who cooked up facts; those who twisted it; those who mutilated it; and also to those who twisted as well as mutilated it.”
From the response it has received, it is evident that the fans have lapped up every word of the post.
‘Kammara Sambhavam’ is directed by Ratheesh Ambat and the screenplay is by Muraly Gopi. Gokulam Gopalan is the producer.
Meanwhile, the Angamaly Court has posted to January 9, the case related to the complaint filed by Dileep against the Kerala police. Dileep had alleged that the police had leaked the contents of the charge sheet against him to the media. However, according to the prosecution, it was Dileep who had leaked the charge sheet.
The statements made by several leading film personalities which could prove decisive during trial had earlier come out. Manju Warrier, Kavya Madhavan, Mukesh, Kunchacko Boban, Rimi Tomy and director Sreekumar Menon are among those whose statements to the police were leaked to the media.