Mollywood mourns the death of the 'Delhi Brave heart'

Last Updated: Sun, Dec 30, 2012 13:08 hrs

Several known names from Malayalam film industry have expressed their shock and sadness at the tragedy that happened at Delhi.
Traffic director Rajesh Pillai has stated that “the unfortunate incident has left me speechless. There should be stern action against the culprits and this incident should be an eye opener to the entire Indian society.”
Director Aashiq Abu, whose Da Thadiya is at the theatres now and has been involved several social activities in the past as well, has been actively involved in organizing a get together at Kochi's Marine Drive, expressing support to the National Movement for Change. His Facebook status, soon after the unfortunate demise of the girl, was truly an emotional one, “Good bye, Sister.”

Director Lal Jose wrote: “I stand in complete shame and guilt as a male citizen of this country joining hands with crores of burning hearts for the girl who lost life… My feelings and thoughts travel to those shattered parents and such known and unknown victims of violence in solidarity…”


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