The movie, directed by Sagar Murali, has Dhyan playing an IPS officer
Since last year’s lockdown, Dhyan Sreenivasan has been busy scripting and acting in projects. The actor’s next film Sathyam Mathrame Bodhippikku, which was shot in February this year, is now looking for a direct-to-TV release, according to sources close to the team.
The film’s satellite rights have been bagged by Surya TV and the movie could release soon. However, the film’s director Sagar Murali maintains that if theatres do reopen soon, they would also consider releasing it in cinema halls.
The movie is a family drama that has Dhyan playing a police officer for the first time in his career. Sagar tells OTTplay, “The movie is a family drama. Dhyan essays an IPS officer, who is also a family man. His character is different from the common perception of a police officer. The story is about the changes in his life after he begins investigating a case.”
Apart from Dhyan, the movie also has Johny Antony, Sudhish, Dr Rony David, Sreejith Ravi, Star Magic fame Srividya and yesteryear actress Ambika as part of the cast. Incidentally, Dhyan and Sagar will also be teaming up for another movie soon that will be produced by Abaam Movies.
Meanwhile, Dhyan has completed the shoot of Khali Purse of Billionaires and Prakashan Parakkatte, which has been confirmed for a theatrical release. The actor has also scripted the latter film.
Apart from Sathyam Mathrame Bodhippikku, Dhyan is also part of Powder Since 1905, 9MM and Kadavul Sakayam Nadana Sabha, which is the Malayalam remake of Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya.