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Dulquer Salmaan reveals new poster of Adi on Shine Tom Chacko’s birthday

The movie, directed by Prasobh Vijayan, has Ahaana Krishna as part of the cast

Sanjith Sidhardhan
Sep 15, 2021
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Dulquer Salmaan took to his social media page to reveal the latest poster of Shine Tom Chacko’s Adi on the latter’s birthday today. The movie, directed by Prasobh Vijayan, has Ahaana Krishna playing the female lead.

 Adi, which is touted to be an entertainer, has Shine’s character as someone who works in the Gulf and comes to Kerala to get married. The movie, which is scripted by Ishq scriptwriter Ratheesh Ravi, revolves around what happens between the newly-weds after their wedding and also points out how certain incidents that might look small, assume significance in a family and society.

 Ahaana plays the female protagonist in the movie, which also has Bitto Davis and Sreekanth Dasan in pivotal roles.

 The movie was shot after the pandemic restrictions were lifted in Kerala earlier this year. Prasobh had earlier helmed Samyuktha Menon-starrer Lilly and Jayasurya’s Anveshanam.

 Adi marks Dulquer’s fourth production under Wayfarer Films’ banner after Varane Avashyamund, Kurup and Upacharapoorvam Gunda Jayan. The actor is also producing Salute, which is directed by Rosshan Andrrews and scripted by Bobby and Sanjay.

 Meanwhile, Shine, who was last seen in Kuruthi that was released on Amazon Prime Video, is currently working on Vijay’s action-entertainer Beast in which he plays one of the three antagonists. The actor also has Suraj Venjaramoodu and Sija Rose’s Roy coming up – which will see him essaying the role of a police officer.

 Shine is also part of Mammootty and Amal Neerad’s Bheeshma Parvam, for which he has completed shooting. The film marks his first movie with the director.

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