Vineeth Sreenivasan's 'Aana Alaralodaralal' is a satire

The film supposedly touches on contemporary issues.
Vineeth Sreenivasan's 'Aana Alaralodaralal' is a satire
Vineeth Sreenivasan's 'Aana Alaralodaralal' is a satire
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Actor-filmmaker Vineeth Sreenivasan has had two releases Aby and Oru Cinemakkaran this year and he will be donning the greasepaint for yet another.

He has been signed up to play the lead role in Aana Alaralodaralal and the filming process has begun already. Vineeth Sreenivasan made his acting debut with the 2008 release Cycle and has acted in a number of films such as Om Shanti Oshana, Oru Vadakkan Selfie, and Jacobinte Swargarajyam.

Despite his busy acting schedules, Vineeth has also directed some blockbusters including the 2010 release Malarvadi Arts Club, Thattathin Marayathu in 2012, and Jacobinte Swargarajyam in 2016 and had produced Aanandam.

Donning the director’s robes for Aana Alaralodaralal will be debutant Dileep Menon with Anu Sithara playing the female lead. The shooting of this film has commenced and is progressing at breakneck speed. Touted to be a social satire, Aana Alaralodaralal has impressed its lead star Vineeth Sreenivasan so much that he decided to hop onboard almost immediately putting his other commitments in the backburner.

Director Dileep Menon has been quoted by the New Indian Express as saying, “This is a satire and tackles certain issues that have contemporary relevance. The narrative is laced with humor and it is going to be an out-and-out entertainer.”

Not wanting to reveal anything further, the director had said that if he does then it would break the surprise element. The first look of Aana Alaralodalaral has already been released and the team will be shooting in Kollangodu and other locations near it.

Vineeth Sreenivasan plays a village lad in this flick along with Anu Sithara. Despite being a social satire, Aana Alaralodalaral will have a strong romantic track as well, add sources.

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