Case filed towards Dulquer Salmaan-starrer Kurup in Kerala High Court

A case has been filed within the Kerala High Court towards Dulquer Salmaan-starrer Kurup, which is ready to hit theatres on November 12.

The PIL filed by a Kochi resident has mentioned that the movie could infringe the privateness of Sukumara Kurup, the infamous felony on whom the film relies on.

The Kerala High Court has issued notices to the Centre, the state authorities, Interpol and movie producers in response to the PIL. The court docket, nevertheless, has not issued a keep order on the movie.

The upcoming crime saga ‘Kurup’ tells the story of a conman who murdered a person named Chacko in 1984, and used the corpse to subsequently faux his personal loss of life to say insurance coverage cash.

Dulquer Salmaan performs Sukumara Kurup, who has evaded police seize for nearly 4 a long time, whereas his story has develop into the stuff of legend.

Kurup was to launch on May 2021. However, resulting from Covid-19 second wave and subsequent lockdown, the movie was postponed.

Earlier, Director Srinath Rajendran had addressed the controversy surrounding the doable glorification of a felony saying, “Conmen are supposed to have swagger.”