The police team, investigating the Kochi actress attack case, questioned director Vysakh at the Aluva police club on Thursday.

Vysakh was the director of Dileep starrer Sound Thoma, which released in 2013. The police recorded Vysakh's statement on the alleged presence of Pulsar Suni, the main accused in the case, on the films sets.

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Suni mentions Sound Thoma, in a letter he allegedly wrote to Dileep from the Kakkanad district jail. Actor Mukesh was also part of the film. It is suspected that Suni was working as Mukesh's driver back then. 

The police believe that Dileep and Suni conspired on harassing the actress during the period. Dileep and the actress had a public feud during the rehearsal of an AMM stage show in early 2013.

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Vysakh is best known for directing Pulimurugan, the Mohanlal starrer which released last year and became Mollywood's industry hit, raking in around Rs 150 crore.

Meanwhile, Dileep, who was arrested on charges of conspiracy in the attack and remanded to judicial custody, will complete a month in jail today. The actor's new counsel B Raman Pillai is expected to file a fresh bail plea in the Kerala High Court later today.