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Malayalam Film Producer, Ajay Krishnan, Kills Himself After Watching The Preview of His Own Movie

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A Malayalam film producer called 'Ajay Krishnan', committed suicide by hanging himself in his house on last Saturday, after watching the preview of his own movie, 'Avarude Ravukal', which caused him to become depressed.

Ajay Krishnan was 29 years old and the movie was his debut as a film producer. He had also had a small role in a movie called 'Memories' earlier.

A police statement was issued which states:

Preliminary investigation points that he was in a dejected state for the past two days. He was depressed after watching the preview of Avarude Ravukalin. He was concerned over the success of the film at the box office.He was concerned over the success of the film at the box office. He had also shared his concern with his parents. It seems that the film cost him 4 crore and he was facing financial crisis. This might have forced him to take the extreme step.

According to reports, it is believed that Ajay Krishnan's mother and father were present at the home at the time of the incident, and his body has been now handed over to his family.

Avarude Ravukal is believed to be released this June, however, it may change after the incident.

Muhammad Junaid

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Wednesday, April 27, 2016