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The actor will play a superstar who is crazy about luxury cars in this film that will make the directorial debut of Kalabhavan Shajohn.

Prithviraj’s next film has been launched with the official pooja. Titled Driving License, the film will be helmed by Jean Paul Lal alias Lal Jr. Prithviraj is bankrolling the project under his home banner Prithviraj Productions in association with Listin Stephen’s Magic Frames. The script for Driving License has been penned by Sachy. 

Touted to be a thorough commercial entertainer, the film is about a superstar who is crazy about luxury cars. It goes without saying that Prithviraj will be playing the role of the superstar in this flick. Driving License also stars Suraj Venjaramoodu in a prominent role and he will be seen as a vehicle inspector.

The technical crew of this film includes Ranadive for wielding the camera and Sushin Shyam to compose the tunes.

Besides Driving License, Prithviraj also has Brother's Day and Aadujeevitham in his kitty. Actor Kalabhavan Shajohn will be making his directorial debut with Brother’s Day. The team has returned from Greece where they wrapped up a schedule recently. Listin Stephen will be bankrolling the film under his banner Magic Frames on a budget of Rs 15 crore. Miya, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Prayaga Rose Martin and Aima Sebastian have been roped in to play the female leads in this film.

The other film that Prithvi is busy with – Aadujeevitham -- is directed by Blessy. The film’s technical crew includes Resul Pookutty for sound designing, KU Mohanan for cinematography and Raja Muhammed for editing. Aadujeevitham will bring back the Oscar winning music director AR Rahman back into the Malayalam film industry, 25 years after he composed music for the film Yoddha. On his music composition for the film, the musician has earlier been reported to have said that that he completed setting the tunes for two songs, one of which was rendered by singer Chinmayi. The film is bankrolled by KG Abraham under the banner KGA Films.

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