Directed by Girish Nair, 'Puzhikkadakan' has actor Jayasurya in a crucial cameo.

Flix Mollywood Monday, November 18, 2019 - 14:55

The motion poster of the upcoming Malayalam film Puzhikkadakan is out, creating a buzz. The poster was released online by Aju Varghese through his official media handle recently. He wrote: "All the very best to Chemban chettan , Jayaettan , Vijay Babu Sir and our LAD girl Dhanya Balakrishna.. (sic)."

It shows Chemban Vinod, Dhanya Balakrishna, Vijay Babu, Balu Varghese and others in various domestic scenes, including a group effort to trap a chicken, and then a trophy being lifted by Chemban.

Directed by Girish Nair, Puzhikkadakan has Chemban Vinod Jose playing the lead role with Jayasurya in a crucial cameo. Dhanya Balakrishna, who was also seen in Love Action Drama, plays the female lead in this flick, with Vijay Babu, Balu Varghese, and Sudhi Koppa forming the supporting cast. The film’s screenplay and dialogues have been written by Shyal Satheesh and Hari Prasad Koleri. Sam and Noufal are bankrolling this movie under the banner Evaab Productions.

Chemban Vinod is busy with Big Brother, which has Mohanlal in the lead role. Big Brother, directed by Siddique, has the Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan, Anoop Menon, Sarjano Khalid, Satna Titus and others in the cast. While Mohanlal, Anoop Menon and Sarjano Khalid play brothers in this flick, Arbaaz will be seen as a police officer. Big Brother was supposed to release for Christmas this year but now it stands postponed to next year.

Chemban Vinod was last seen in Lijo Jose Pellissery’s critically acclaimed film Jallikattu. He played Varkey, a meat seller, who tries to kill a buffalo one night but fails to and the animal runs into the wilderness. The chase to find the animal lasts till the end of the movie.

Read: 'Jallikattu': How Lijo dissolves the differences between man and beast

Before Jallikattu, Chemban was much hailed for his performance in Porinju Mariam Jose, in which he played Jose, the dance-loving, bosom friend to Joju George’s Porinju.  

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