The protagonist of Nivin Pauly 'Moothon' to block horns with 'Android Kunjappan Version 5.25' and 'Nalpathiyonnu (41)'
Nivin Pauly The protagonist 'Moothon', who is ready to hit the screens on November 8, entertained the audience at the Toronto International Film Festival . The highly anticipated film will be closing horns with ' Android Kunjappan Version 5.25 'and' Nalpathiyonnu (41) 'this Friday (November 8).
As Geetu Mohandas' second prestigious directorial, 'Moothon' is hitting the screens along with Lal Jose's 25th film 'Nalpathiyonnu(41)' and Ratheesh Poduval's directorial debut ' Android Kunjappan Version 5.25 ', the makers of the films have put the audience in a dilemma. The previous week as there were no big releases apart Vinayan's 'Akashaganga 2', cine-lovers were eagerly waiting for some interesting movies.
The Keralites are even more anticipating for 'Moothon' as it is the second feature film directed by the talented Geetu Mohandas and also because they could see Nivin Pauly in an extremely different avatar, which is very far from his current boy-next-door image . The movie tracks the journey of a boy living on an island, going in search of his elder brother. Actors Roshan Mathew, Sobhita Dhulipala and Shashank Arora have essayed some pivotal characters in the movie.
On the other hand, 'Nalpathiyonnu (41)' is another socio-political satire, which focuses on a partner, who decides to go on a pilgrimage to Sabarimala. With Biju Menon rehearsing Ullas mash (teacher) and Nimisha Sajayan Rehearsing the protagonist, 'Nalpathiyonnu (41)' is very important for the filmmaker Lal Jose, since he is its 25th director.
While ' Android Kunjappan Version 5.25 ' is helmed by debutant Ratheesh Balakrishnan Poduval, who was a production designer of movies like 'Kammattipadam', 'Badhaai Ho', 'Ezra'. Along with the director, the crux of the movie is also novel. The movie talks about a young man and his father and how the robot changes their lives. Although the movie is not science fiction, it will surely have some hilarious and heart touching scenes were the lead characters interact with the robot. Soubin Shahir essays the lead while Suraj Venjaramoodu essays his father. The teaser, trailer released by the makers has already gained popularity for its novel ideas and ironic dialogues.
'Moothon', ' Android Kunjappan Version 5.25 ', and 'Nalpathiyonnu(41)' is slated to hit the screens on November 8. As the M-Town audience has got a variety of choices and good movies to watch this weekend, it's yet to see how they would respond to the releases.