Kamal Haasan alleges police harassment in Indian 2 accident probe; approaches court
The actor has complained that the cops are forcing him to reenact the accident scene, which is causing him mental trauma
Actor-director Kamal Haasan has approached the Madras High Court praying for urgent redressal, alleging harassment by the police who are investigating the crane accident that occurred on February 19 on the sets of his upcoming film, Indian 2. Kamal has complained that the cops are forcing him to reenact the accident scene, which is causing him mental trauma.
Judge Ilanthiryaan has admitted Kamal's petition and has ordered the urgent hearing of the case.
On February 19, the shooting of Indian 2, directed by Shankar, was happening at the EVP Studios, when a giant industrial crane carrying heavy light equipment crashed to the ground killing three crew members. Kamal, Shankar and Kajal Aggarwal were present at the accident site.
The police had sent summons to all the crew members including Kamal and Shankar, and are now in the process of conducting enquiries.