Popular Tamil and Malayalam actress Meera Jasmine was served summons by a Kerala Court for reportedly ‘bunking’ her shooting schedules and causing agony and loss to her producer. The national-award winning actress had reportedly been paid an advance of Rs.5 lakhs to star in the Malayalam film titled ‘Swapnamaalika’ by Devarajan, the producer.
For some reasons, though, Meera Jasmine reportedly didn’t turn up at the location on the said date to shoot for the film. Producer Devarajan reportedly got irritated and filed a case with a Court in Calicut against the actress. The Court promptly issued summons to Meera to come before it and depose.
Meera Jasmine then sought relief at the Kerala High Court praying that the producer wasn’t shooting the same script that was narrated to her at the time of signing the agreement to star in the film. She prayed that the summons by the Calicut Court be stayed. The High Court, though, didn’t concede her request and directed her to abide by the Courtsummons. As such, Meera Jasmine has no other go but to appear before the Calicut Court on 8th August.
The talented Meera Jasmine doesn’t have any other Malayalam films on hand except the above-mentioned film. In Tamil, though, she is starring in a couple of films in ‘Mambattiyan’ opposite Prashanth and in ‘Adhinarayana’.