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5 reasons to watch Nivin Pauly’s Sakhavu

5 reasons to watch Nivin Pauly’s Sakhavu

Nivin Pauly’s latest Malayalam movie Sakhavu, which is based on the life of a comrade, is scheduled to be released on April 15. The movie is produced by B. Rakesh under the banner of Universal Cinema. So here are 5 reasons to watch Sakhavu FDFS.

1. Nivin Pauly

5 reasons to watch Nivin Pauly’s Sakhavu

Nivin Pauly has achieved the tagline of ‘actor with minimum guarantee’ by delivering consistent hits over last few years. Sakhavu is Nivin Pauly’s solo movie after a long gap of 1 year. His last movie as a lead actor was, Jacobinte Swargarajyam directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan, which was released on last Vishu. Reportedly, the actor will appear in three different getups.

2. Sidhartha Siva

5 reasons to watch Nivin Pauly’s Sakhavu

Sakhavu is the sixth directorial venture of award-winning director Sidhartha Siva. He is best known for making quality films. His previous works including 101 Chodyangal, Ain, Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho, etc. were topnotch products. So, we can definitely expect yet another quality movie from this filmmaker.

3. Ensemble Star Cast

5 reasons to watch Nivin Pauly’s Sakhavu

Apart from the crowd puller Nivin Pauly, Sakhavu also has talented actors like Sreenivasan, Santhosh Keezhattoor, Sudheesh, Aishwarya Rajesh, Aparna Gopinath, Gayathri Suresh and K.P.A.C. Lalitha. Hope, they all will deliver power packed performance in the movie. This is another factor that makes the movie much more promising.

4. Promising trailer

5 reasons to watch Nivin Pauly’s Sakhavu

The trailer of the movie has been released recently and went viral instantly. The trailer promises that Sakhavu will be a lighthearted movie with a serious subplot. Two songs from the movie were already released and both songs have garnered positive opinion from the audiences. Songs are composed by Prashant Pillai, who has composed for movies like Anuraga Karikkin Vellam and Angamaly Diaries.

5. George C. Williams

5 reasons to watch Nivin Pauly’s Sakhavu

Cinematography section of the movie was handled by popular south Indian cinematographer George C. Williams, who has cranked camera for movies such as Raja Rani, Kaththi and Naanum Rowdydhaan. Thus, we definitely can expect a visual treat.

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