The actor, interestingly, is also the film’s scriptwriter.

Murali Gopy looks every bit the menacing villain in this Kammara Sambhavam posterDigital Native
Flix Mollywood Thursday, March 08, 2018 - 19:00
Written by  Digital Native

The Kammara Sambhavam team released the latest poster from the film, this one featuring actor Murali Gopy.

From the poster, it is evident that Murali plays a menacing villain, Kelu Nambiar. Interestingly, Murali Gopy is also the film’s scriptwriter. Directed by Rathish Ambat, a newbie, Kammara Sambhavam features Dileep in the lead role.

The film’s shooting commenced in Kochi in August 2016 but was put in cold storage following Dileep’s arrest in the actor assault case. The shooting recommenced late last year and has now reached the final stages.

Apart from Dileep and Murali Gopy, the film features Siddharth, Sanija Sajeev, Shraddha Srinath, Bobby Simha, Shweta Menon, Kenny Basumatary, Namitha Pramod, Simarjeet Singh Nagra, Manikuttan, Vijayaraghavan, Indrans, Siddique and Vinay Forrt in the supporting cast.

The film is slated to hit the silver screens this summer. It may be noted here that this film will mark actor Siddharth’s debut in the Malayalam film industry. It is reported that he will be dubbing with his own voice to add credibility to the role he plays.

Kammara Sambhavam is bankrolled by Gokulam Gopalan under his banner Sree Gokulam Movies. The technical team includes Sunil KS for cinematography and Suresh Urs for editing.

Dileep’s last film release was Ramaleela, which hit the silver screens soon after he was let out on bail. The film went on to fetch rave reviews. This has upped the expectation levels for his upcoming films.

Dileep currently has the 3D fantasy comedy, Professor Dinkan, coming up for release later this year. In the film, he plays a magician whose tricks go haywire and affect many people around him, and how he goes about setting things right. The film is directed by Ramachandra Babu and produced by Sanal Thottam.

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