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Empuraan: Here's when the first look of Mohanlal-Prithviraj's film will be out

The action directed by Prithviraj Sukumaran, which is the sequel to the 2019 hit Lucifer, stars Mohanlal, Manju Warrier and Tovino Thomas in lead roles 

Empuraan: Here's when the first look of Mohanlal-Prithviraj's film will be out

Last Updated: 06.55 PM, Nov 10, 2023


The first look at Mohanlal's Empuraan will be unveiled tomorrow, November 11. Prithviraj Sukumaran, who is directing the eagerly anticipated sequel to the 2019 hit Lucifer, took to his social media pages to share an exciting update from the Mohanlal-starrer. This comes as a delightful surprise for fans, considering that it is in time for Diwali celebrations. 

Empuraan team shares a new poster

The first look at the Lucifer sequel is set to be revealed tomorrow at 5 pm. The new poster exudes a vintage aesthetic, showcasing elements such as a helicopter and rifle. Fans are quite thrilled and have begun expressing great excitement over the new poster release.


About Empuraan

Also popularly known as L2E (which stands for Lucifer's sequel Empuraan), the film is about the journey of Stephen Nedumpilly (Mohanlal) and how he became Khureshi Ab'Ram, the leader of an international crime organisation.

The film is set to be released in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Hindi. Murali Gopi has written the screenplay for the film, which is speculated to have a theatrical release around mid-2024. Empuraan's official announcement took place in August 2022, with Mohanlal revealing that the film is not merely a pan-Indian film, as the creators have envisioned it to be a global cinematic experience. Joining Mohanlal in the film are Malayalam stars Manju Warrier and Tovino Thomas.

The production of Empuraan

The production house of the film, Aashirvad Cinemas, unveiled a video in May 2023 that showcased Prithviraj and Antony Perumbavoor scouting potential filming sites in London for the high-budget film. Originally slated to start production in August, plans were delayed due to Prithviraj's injury that he sustained during the filming of his other film, Vilayath Buddha. Despite expectations of resuming Empuraan in September following Prithviraj's recovery, the first schedule did not proceed as initially intended. Finally, on October 5, Empuraan officially entered its production stage.

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