Kunchacko Boban-Arvind Swami's 'Rendagam/Ottu' first look poster is out

The Tamil-Malayalam bilingual film is being directed by Fellini TP of 'Theevandi' fame.
Dulquer Salmaan and Kunchacko Boban
Dulquer Salmaan and Kunchacko Boban
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The first look of Kunchako Boban and Arvind Swami’s upcoming bilingual thriller was released by the makers recently. Titled Rendagam in Tamil and Ottu in Malayalam, the poster for the film was shared by actor Dulquer Salmaan. Rendagam will mark Kunchako Boban’s Tamil debut. The film is being directed by Fellini TP of Theevandi fame.

Rendagam / Ottu is being produced by actor Arya’s banner The Show People, and is being presented in association with Shaji Nadesan’s August Cinema and Cineholix. The film’s cinematography is being handled by Vijay and will be edited by Appu N Bhattathiri. Rendagam/ Ottu will have music by AH Kaashif.

The poster is a multi-tiered design, common to what we’ve been seeing lately when it comes to film posters. The poster has stills from fight sequences and also sketches of an urban city, where the film is set. Both Kunchacko and Arvind sport unique looks in the poster.

Popular Malayalam star Kunchacko Boban has a slew of films waiting to release this year. After Anjaam Pathiraa that released in 2020, the star was seen in films such as Mohan Kumar and Fans, Nayattu and Nizhal this year. Some of his latest announcements of new films include Nna, Thaan Case Kodu, Aaram Pathiraa, a sequel to the recently released Anjaam Pathiraa, Neela Velicham, Malayalam Tailors and Ariyippu. Ariyippu will be the actor’s 100th film.

Arvind Swami, meanwhile, was last seen in Chekka Chivantha Vaanam in Tamil. He also has unreleased films such as the long delayed Naragasooran and Sathuranga Vettai 2. He is also part of AL Vijay’s Jayalalithaa biopic Thalaivi, starring Kangana Ranaut in the lead role. Arvind Swami’s first look as the late ADMK leader MG Ramachandran, with his uncanny resemblance, has got his fans impressed.

Although most popular in Tamil, Arvind has also acted in Malayalam films in the past. This includes Daddy in 1992 and Devaraagam in 1996. 

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