The complainant alleged that the land where D Cinemaas is located belongs to Cochin royal family. But nothing regarding this was proven.
The Thrissur district administration found out that the land where Actor Dileep's D Cinemaas was constructed in Chalakudi is not Cochin royal family's.
Former District Collector A Kaushin submitted the inquiry report regarding this to the survey director. Earlier, there was a complainant who claimed that the land where D Cinemaas is located is not actor Dileep's, but it is government land. The Collector's report makes it clear that the petitioner has not furnished evidence to prove that there was a problem. The complaint was filed by KC Santhosh from Chalakkudy, Aluva in 2017. The Land Revenue Commissioner had directed the former Collector A Kaushin to investigate the case.
The complainant alleged that the land where D Cinemaas is located belongs to Cochin royal family. But nothing regarding this was proven. The complainant did not have any documents to show that the property was of Cochin royal family. So the case was rejected.
As per the report, the total area under survey number 680/1 is 1.82 acres, and there was no evidence to prove that the land belongs to the royal family. The report also was substantiated by the fact that Palace Administration Board at Tripunithura that manages the royal family's assets and documents did not possess any ‘possession document’ of the land. It was also found that the 35-cent plot had been a ‘pattayam’ land registered in 1922.