The release of the movie, which was expected to hit theatres in October, has been delayed due to pending post-production work.
Their love story culminated in a memorable wedding ceremony, ten days after Amala delightedly accepted Jagat's surprise proposal on her birthday.
Amala Paul, renowned for her roles in films like 'Mynaa' (2010), 'Deiva Thirumagal' (2011), and 'Thalaivaa' (2013), had previously been married to director A L Vijay.
Amala also posted photos of her taking in a dip in a pond at Pura Gunung Kawi Sebatu on the Shiavratri day as part of a purification ritual.
The incident came to light after photos of the actor writing about her experience in the temple's visitors' register started doing the rounds on social media.
Amala, who has acted in several Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films will play a teacher for the first time.
The film is touted to be a compelling and poignant journey of a woman, her lone fight against all odds and patriarchal norms.
The movie marks the actor's return to the Malayalam screen after a gap of five years.
In 2020 November, Amala had also filed a defamation suit against Bhavninder who is a singer at Chennai High Court
'Victim' comprises four films helmed by Pa Ranjith, Venkat Prabhu, Rajesh M and Chimbu Deven.