The movie, which also has Siju Wilson and Aju Varghese, marks the second collaboration between Nivin Pauly and Rosshan Andrrews
Last Updated: 04.29 AM, Jul 22, 2022
A lot of people associate Malayalam star Nivin Pauly with commercial entertainers that appeal to the family audience and the youth alike. And the actor is now excited about his upcoming film with Rosshan Andrrews that will cater to a similar audience again.
Nivin, in an exclusive chat with OTTplay, spoke to us about his second collaboration with Rosshan, after their big budget period film Kayamkulam Kochunni. The movie, which has been tentatively titled Saturday Nights, had gone on floors earlier this year and wrapped up its principal photography last week.
On the movie, Nivin tells us, “It’s an all-out entertainer. I am sure the audience will enjoy it. The visuals have all come out great. The movie involves travel to a lot of unexplored terrains. Apart from me, Siju Wilson, Saiju Kurup, Aju Varghese, Saniya Iyyappan and Grace Antony play the other main characters.” The film has Malavika Sreenath, who had played a small role in Joju George’s Madhuram, as its female protagonist.
The movie, which had Karnataka and Dubai as its main locations, will be Nivin’s next theatrical release after Padavettu, which is scheduled to hit theatres in September as an Onam release. On his upcoming films, Nivin says, “A lot of people have been asking when I am planning to do another humour-based project. Currently, the work for that has begun as I would be doing a romcom next with Vinay Govind’s Thaaram.”
The actor also says that once he completes the movie, he will be shooting for Ishq director Anuraj Manohar’s Shekhara Varma Rajavu. Meanwhile, Nivin’s latest release Mahaveeryar hit theatres on Thursday. The film, directed by Abrid Shine, is a courtroom satire with elements of fantasy and time travel. Asif Ali, Shanvi Srivastava, Lalu Alex, Lal and Siddique are also part of the movie, which is co-produced by Nivin. Abrid and Nivin are also set to team up again in the sequel of Action Hero Biju, which could go on floors by next year.