Tovino Thomas is one of the few celebs to be actively involved in the flood relief work in Kerala. The actor joined forces with some volunteers for the flood relief and rehabilitation works in his hometown Irinjalakuda. While this was appreciated by many, some netizens also trolled him for doing it as a publicity stunt. Well, all that has been put in the backburner with Tovino Thomas back on the sets. According to latest reports, he has joined the Lucifer team which is camping at the Kanakunnu Palace grounds in Trivandrum for the shooting.
Lucifer is one of the most expected films in Mollywood as it marks the directorial debut of actor Prithviraj Sukumaran. The film has Mohanlal playing the lead role with Manju Warrier, Indrajith, Vivek Oberoi, and Tovino in pivotal roles. Those in the supporting roles include Kalabhavan Shajon, Sai Kumar, director Fazil, Sunil Sughatha, Thara Kalyan, Praveena Thomas and Mala Parvathy.
Reports are that Mohanlal’s character in the film is Stephen Nadumballi and he will be appearing in the salt and pepper get-up. The film is bankrolled by Antony Perumbavoor under the banner of Aashirvad Cinemas.
Lucifer’s supporting cast includes Kalabhavan Shajon, Sai Kumar, Sania Iyappan, director Fazil, Sunil Sughatha, Thara Kalyan, Praveena Thomas and Mala Parvathy. The shooting of this film began on July 18th and will be shot extensively at different locations in Thiruvananthapuram, Mumbai and Kuttikkanam. The technical crew of the film includes Sujith Vasudevan for cinematography and Samjith for editing while Stephen Devassy will be in charge of the music composition. Veteran writer and actor Murali Gopy has penned the script for Lucifer which is touted to be a political thriller.
Tovino Thomas has a number of films in different stages of production. His Oru Kuprasidha Payyan has reached the post production mode and he is currently busy with the shooting of Luca. The actor also has two Tamil movies – Ondraga and Maari 2 – lined up for release this year. His another project Chengezhi Nambiar is expected to go on to the floors later this year.
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