Kalabhavan Mani death investigation has reached a new turning point. As the per the latest reports from the investigation team, the six accused of the case will undergo the polygraph test in Bangalore.
Mani succumbed to death on March 6 at a private hospital in Kochi. It was later revealed that the actor's death was not natural; but a clear case of homicide.
The six names in the accused list include Kalabhavan Mani's manager Joby, driver Peter, and friends Aneesh, Murukan, Vipin, and Arun. The death investigation was recently taken over by the special CBI team.
The CBI team was appointed by the new Kerala ministry upon the petition filed by Mani's family. Reportedly the will restart the investigation after analysing the result of the polygraph test.
According to the National lab test result, about 45 milligrammes of methanol was present in Mani's body, which confirms that he had consumed toxic liquor. The findings hint that the actor's death was caused by poisonous substances.
Mani's family and friends firmly believe that the actor will not commit suicide. But, the first investigation team had come to a conclusion that it was a well-planned murder. However, the vital details of the investigation are not revealed yet.