In the defamation suit, Mansoor Ali Khan targeted Trisha, Chiranjeevi, and Khushboo, alleging that they had made defamatory remarks about him on social media and sought Rs 1 crore in damages.
Trisha 'mighty kicked about 'Identity'.
On December 12, Justice N Sathish Kumar reprimanded Mansoor Ali Khan for his sexist comments against Trisha.
Despite its success at the box office, Animal, directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, shares similarities with his earlier works by portraying male supremacy.
While the public debate continues, Trisha Krishnan took to her Instagram to share a cryptic post, seemingly indicating forgiveness for Mansoor Ali Khan.
In a recent video that went viral, Mansoor expressed disappointment over not getting an opportunity to share screen space with Trisha in Leo.
The actor, known for donning villain roles in Tamil films, had co-starred with Trisha in ‘Leo’.
The decision to issue summons follows an order from DGP Shankar Jiwal, indicating the seriousness with which law enforcement is treating the case.
Mansoor had courted controversy after he expressed disappointment about not having a bedroom scene with Trisha in 'Leo' during the Kashmir schedule.
Trisha had criticized Khan for his 'vile and disgusting' comments, expressing her displeasure at being subjected to such remarks.