The much-awaited horror thriller Bramayugam, which features Mammootty in the title role, is all set to hit the big screen on February 15.
The makers of Bramayugam have now dropped some major updates on the trailer launch. They have confirmed that the trailer will be released tomorrow, much to the delight of Mammootty fans and film enthusiasts.
The much-awaited horror thriller Bramayugam, which features Mammootty in the title role, is all set to hit the big screen on February 15. With its intriguing posters and official teaser, the film—which is the actor's first association with Bhoothakaalam director Rahul Sadasivan—has already attracted audiences' attention. The film will be released in black-and-white format in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Hindi, apart from Malayalam. It also features Arjun Ashokan, Sidharth Bharathan, and Amalda Liz in pivotal roles.
The first image in the teaser is of a man standing in front of the main entrance to an old Padippura (an entrance). As Arjun Ashokan's character enters through this door, the narrator suggests that it is the entry to a magical world.
Later, he is seen exploring the new world. At last, it shows Mammootty's character, an enigmatic old man with a beard, grey hair, and numerous smallpox scars on his face who grins wickedly as he shows us around his mansion. Notably, the teaser skillfully creates a sense of mystery around the characters and the story by never revealing any of their names.
The actor's character description implies that he is, in fact, portraying a formidable antagonist in the movie. The teaser promises a well-made film with worthy performances, offering a unique cinematic experience for the audience.
The screenplay has been penned by the director himself. Ramachandra Chakravarthy and S Sashikanth have bankrolled Bramayugam. Shehnad Jalal ISC is the cinematographer, and Shafique Mohamed Ali has helmed the editing work. Christo Xavier has composed the soundtracks for this movie. Jothish Shankar is the art director of the film. Truth Global Films will distribute the film in theatres outside India.