A director Lakshmi Deeptha was detained on suspicion of duping a guy into appearing in an offensive online series. In response to an allegation from a guy from Thiruvananthapuram that she forced him to perform in an offensive web series and through OTT, promising to make him a hero, the Aruvikkara police detained director Lakshmi Deep. Lakshmi appeared in court in Nedumangad and was granted conditional bail.
The young man from Venganoor is upset because Lakshmi Deepta promised to cast him as the star in the web series and then convinced him to sign a contract that required him to perform in explicit sequences. The web series referenced was filmed last year on June 5 and 7 at an empty apartment on Aruvikkara.
Additionally, the complaint claims that despite his attempts to stop the director from recording the pornographic portions of the series, the director threatened him by bringing up the contract.
The young man filed a complaint with the Thiruvananthapuram Vizhinjam police after the movie’s trailer was widely shared on social media.
The young man went to the High Court when police took no further action in the case. Yet in the case, Lakshmi Deepta was granted a preliminary release. If the accused appeared before the police, the High Court had ordered that she be brought before the court and released.
Lakshmi was given bail in accordance with this.
In the meantime, more people, including actresses, came forward with concerns in response to the man’s accusation. The Malappuram native filed a complaint with the Kovalam police, while a woman from Alappuzha filed one with the municipal police commissioner.