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It will be a Thrissur-based mass film, divided into several chapters, each named after the various stages of the pooram.

Actor Jayasurya and producer Vijay Babu of Friday Film House will be associating for the film Thrissur Pooram. They have earlier collaborated for Aadu and Aadu 2. This time around it is an action entertainer that will have Jayasurya in a serious role.

On the film, Vijay Babu has said to Cinema Express, “It's a Thrissur-based mass film. It's divided into several chapters, each named after the various stages of the pooram, such as Kodiyettam and Vedikettu. It's an attempt to deliver a different kind of mass film and do justice to this genre. It will have all the ingredients necessary for an entertainer.”

Wielding the megaphone for this venture is debutant director Rajesh Mohanan and the story and screenplay are by music composer Ratheesh Vega. Ratheesh spoke about it to Cinema Express. “Every event in pooram has a certain kind of energy and we are trying to impart the same energy and exhilaration to this film.”

Deepu Joseph is the editor of the film. The filmmakers will be coming out with a casting call for Thrissur Pooram and it is likely to be out on the 22nd of this month. We can expect some newbies making their debut with some well-established actors also being a part of the cast. The shooting of this actioner will begin next month and its release may happen in October. Thrissur Pooram will be shot in different locations in Thrissur, Coimbatore and Hyderabad.

Jayasurya is currently busy with director Prasobh Vijayan's film.  The film has Shruti Ramachandran playing the female lead and is bankrolled jointly by Mukesh R Mehta, AV Anoop and CV Sarathi under the banner of E4 Entertainment. The technical crew of this film includes Francis Thomas for scripting, Ratheesh Ravi for dialogues, Anarsha for camera work, Jakes Bejoy for music and Vishnu Govind and Sree Sankar of Sound Factory for sound designing.

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