Upcoming Prithviraj movies that are worth waiting for
Prithviraj Sukumaran is one such actor who picks movies very carefully and this is why his movies these days are topnotch in quality. He has some promising projects in his kitty. Here is the list of upcoming Prithviraj movies that are worth waiting for.
This could be the most promising project of Prithviraj as it is helmed by Ennu Ninte Moideen director R S Vimal and will be made on a humongous budget of 300 Crores. It tells the story of Karna, a character from the epic Mahabharata. The first look poster of the movie is already launched. This big-budget movie, funded by Venu Kunnappilly, will go on floors by next year and will be shot at various locations in North India including Varanasi.
Aadujeevitham directed by prominent director Blessy will be a movie that exploits the acting capacity of Prithviraj fully. It is an adaptation of Aadujeevitham, an award-winning novel written by Benyamin. It tells the story of Najeeb Muhammad, an Indian emigrant worker who got abused in Saudi Arabia. The makers have roped in many experienced Hollywood technicians for the movie and it will be shot in the 3D format.
3. Detroit Crossing
Detroit Crossing aka Ranam is again a big budget movie, which tells about a Tamil street in Detroit, USA. The actor will be seen playing a negative shaded Tamil gangster in this violent crime drama directed by debutant Nirmal Sahadev. Interestingly, the movie has several Hollywood technicians as part of the film including cinematographer Lukasz Pruchnik. The movie is being bankrolled by Anand Kumar Payyanur under the banner of Yes Cinema Company.
Vimaanam, a movie which is inspired by the real-life story of Saji Thomas, a congenitally deaf and mute man who built a small aircraft and made it fly, would be Prithviraj’s next release. The movie, scripted and directed by debutant Pradeep M. Nair, also features Nedumudi Venu, Sudheer Karamana, Alencier Ley, P Balachandran, Shanthi Krishna and Anarkali Marikar in important roles. It is funded by Listin Stephen under the banner of Magic Frames.
5. My Story
After enthralling Malayalam movie viewers with their awesome on-screen chemistry in the movie Ennu Ninte Moideen, Prithviraj and Parvathy are coming together once again with My Story. The movie, written by Shanker Ramakrishnan and directed by debutante Roshni Dinaker, has several Bollywood technicians in its crew that includes cinematographer Dudley and sound designer Bishwadeep Chatterjeee. Major portions of this big-budget romantic entertainer are shot in Portugal.
Apart from these, movies including Anjali Menon’s next, Viji Thampi’s Veluthampi Dalwa, Jamesh Kottakkal’s The Beautiful Game and several interesting projects are in the pipeline.
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