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Ariyippu trailer: Kunchacko Boban, Divya Prabha’s lives turn awry because of a mysterious video; film to release on Netflix on THIS date

The Mahesh Narayanan directorial marks Kunchacko Boban’s first direct to OTT release.

Ariyippu trailer: Kunchacko Boban, Divya Prabha’s lives turn awry because of a mysterious video; film to release on Netflix on THIS date

  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 12.04 PM, Dec 07, 2022

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After Take Off, Mahesh Narayanan and Kunchacko Boban are teaming up yet again for Ariyippu. The makers recently unveiled the gripping trailer of the upcoming film, which also stars Divya Prabha.

The trailer introduces viewers to protagonists Hareesh and Reshmi, a Malayali couple who work at a medical glove manufacturing unit in Delhi. Viewers get a glimpse into the simple everyday lives of the couple, including their efforts to obtain a visa. Things take a turn when a mysterious video of Reshmi surfaces. The video upends the duo’s lives, and threatens to lay waste to their hopes and dreams. The caption of the trailer read “A tale of choices. Choices that matter”.

The trailer also unveiled the release date of the film. Ariyippu will be available to stream on Netflix from December 16 onwards.

Check out Ariyippu’s trailer below:

The upcoming film marks Kunchacko’s first direct to OTT film, and his most recent collaboration with director Mahesh, after the 2017 film Take Off. In an exclusive conversation with OTTplay, the actor had talked about how excited he was for the film. Mahesh has also scripted the film as well, and Kunchacko believed that Ariyippu marked the director’s best script yet.

On his preparation for the role, the actor had revealed that he cut down his sleep to about four hours per day, to make sure the stress and disquietedness his character went through looked more authentic on screen. In addition to starring in the film, Kunchacko has also co-produced it along with Mahesh.

The film was shot across locations in Delhi, Noida and Faridabad. The director had told OTTplay that half of the film was in Hindi, and the rest in Malayalam.

Ariyippu had premiered at the 75th Locarno Film Festival, and was also showcased at Busan International Film Festival and BFI London Film Festival.

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