The coronavirus is not only causing havoc to human life, but due to this virus, the entire film industry has been shaken today, after which the Indian film industry is losing crores, which is passing by every passing day. Due to this virus, shooting of all films has been stopped and producers are rubbing their hands. The outbreak of Coronavirus is not seen to decrease in the coming days, due to which it is believed that this damage will increase further. Many producers are extending the release date of their big budget films and some producers are thinking of discontinuing their unannounced films. There have also been rumors about the big budget film 'Ram' of South Superstar Mohanlal and Trisha Krishnan that the film has gone into cold storage . Responding to which, director Jeetu Joseph has written a long post on Facebook.
According to media reports, according to director Jeethu Joseph, "For the last two-three days, I have been getting continuous calls and messages and people are asking me if I have stopped Mohanlal's' Ram' and new projects. We have stopped working on this film due to coronavirus but as soon as things are normal, we will start it. Kerala is one of the few places in the world where corona outbreak is the lowest. Things can be common soon. During this time I am thinking of a film, which can be shot in Kerala only. This does not mean that we have stopped 'Ram'. Looking at the circumstances, we have to put it on hold but we will start it soon."
He added, "We are very hopeful that the statement of Jeetu Joseph will put a smile on the faces of the fans of Mohanlal and Trisha Krishnan." Besides Mohanlal's Ram, Trisha will soon be seen in director Mani Ratnam's film too.