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Golmaal first look: Makers announce September release for this comic caper, starring Jiiva and Shiva

Payal Rajput and Tanya Hope play female leads in the movie

  • Thinkal Menon

Last Updated: 06.01 AM, Jun 06, 2022

Golmaal first look: Makers announce September release for this comic caper, starring Jiiva and Shiva

First look of Golmaal

We had earlier reported exclusively that team Golmaal is eyeing a summer release this year for the comic caper which has Pon Kumaran at its helm. Jiiva, Shiva, Payal Rajput and Tanya Hope essay lead roles in the movie which went on floors last year in Mauritius.      

The film produced by B Vinod Jain under Jaguar Studios will now have a theatrical release in September. The makers have announced the same along with its first look poster, featuring the lead actors. Yogi Babu and Malavika are others who appear in the poster. The movie marks the latter's return to Tamil cinema after more than a decade's hiatus.

Golmaal is the first Tamil project of director Pon Kumaran, who had earlier penned the story for Rajinikanth-starrer Lingaa which was released in 2014. S Saravanan and Arul Dev have handled cinematography and music respectively for the project which has editing by Don Bosco.

Madhan Karky and Viveka have penned lyrics for songs in Golmaal, which features of bevy of actors like Murali Sharma, Karunakaran, Manobala, Subbu Panchu, Vaiyapuri, Yugi Sethu, Sanjana Singh and Ramesh Khanna among others essaying crucial characters in it.

Touted to be a full-fledged comedy, the makers chose to shoot a lion's share of the movie's portions in Mauritius as they felt that Kollywood hasn't explored the island nation's potential much. Jiiva and Shiva were earlier seen together in Sundar C's Kalakalappu 2 a few years ago.

Both Tanya Hope and Payal Rajput have been part of two Tamil films each before they joined Golmaal. A few months ago, the team had posted a few photos from the location after its shooting was wrapped up. The makers shot for almost 10 days with wild animals in a zoo in Mauritius after obtaining permission from the authorities concerned. They hope the sequence with those animals will be one of the highlights of the movie.