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According to reports, Anson, who was last seen in Oviya's '90 ml', will be the main antagonist in the film.

Anson Paul to join Jeethu Joseph film starring Karthi-Jyothika
Flix Kollywood Saturday, March 30, 2019 - 19:14

Actor Karthi and his sister-in-law Jyothika may be sharing the screen space in Jeethu Joseph's next venture in Tamil, if things work out as planned. Reports are that Karthi will be teaming up with director Jeethu Joseph the movie and Jyothika is also in talks for it.

According to latest reports, Anson Paul has been roped in to play a pivotal role in this movie. He will be seen as the main villain in this film and his get-up will be something to watch out for.

Anson Paul was last seen in the Tamil film 90ml. The movie hit the marquee on March 1st. Written and directed by Anita Udeep, it was bankrolled by her under the banner Nviz Entertainment. The most interesting thing about 90ml is that its music has been composed by actor Silambarasan. The first single Marana Matta, rendered by Oviya was released on 31st December 2017. Aravind Krishna did the cinematography for this venture with Anthony taking charge at the editing table.

90ml had Oviya playing the lead role with Anson Paul, Masoom Shankar, Monisha Ram, Shree Gopika and Bommu Lakshmi in supporting roles.

Anson Paul is expecting the release of The Gambler on April 16th. He will be first Super Hero of the Malayalam film industry. The film’s director Tom Emmatty made it clear that the superhero character in The Gambler will be completely new and have no connection with the existing super hero characters existing in India or elsewhere. The director added that the film is being made as a family entertainer so that the entire family can enjoy and there will be some important and informative message for children.

With some of the best roles in his kitty, Anson Paul is juggling his career between the Malayalam and Tamil film industries successfully.

(Content provided by Digital Native) 

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