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Jo and Jo release date: When and where to watch Nikhila Vimal and Mathew Thomas’ coming-of-age entertainer

The movie, directed by Arun D Jose, also has Naslen Gafoor and Johny Antony as part of its cast

  • Sanjith Sidhardhan

Last Updated: 03.41 AM, May 08, 2022

Jo and Jo release date: When and where to watch Nikhila Vimal and Mathew Thomas’ coming-of-age entertainer
Jo and Jo poster

It’s now safe to say that there’s an audience for movies starring Mathew Thomas and Naslen Gafoor. The young duo, who made their debut playing schoolmates in Thaneer Mathan Dinangal a few years ago, will once again be seen together as buddies in debutant Arun D Jose’s comedy entertainer titled Jo and Jo.

The movie, which is set against the backdrop of pandemic, has an ensemble cast with Mathew and Nikhila Vimal playing its titular characters – Jomon and Jomol, respectively. The film, which is co-scripted by Arun and Raveesh Nath, also has Johny Antony, Sminu Sijo and Melvin in pivotal roles.

What is Jo and Jo about?

The movie revolves around the lives of two siblings and their family after they are forced to spend time together due to the lockdown. The trailer of the movie, which was released last month, shows hilarious fights ensue between the two characters as their frustrations peak. Their parents essayed by Johny and Sminu have no idea how to control or diffuse the new situation that has transpired due to the pandemic.

The trailer also hints that the arrival of a mysterious stranger, whom Jomon thinks is one of his friends trying to flirt with his sister, also leads to friction between his buddies Manoj Sundaran and Eby Kuruvilla, played by Naslen and Melvin, respectively.

The movie has Ansar Shah as its cinematographer while Govind Vasantha is the film’s music director. The song Puzhayarikathu Dumm has already topped the music charts.

Where to watch Jo and Jo?

Jo and Jo, which marks Arun’s debut directorial, belongs to the young-adult genre and is set to hit theatres on May 13. The movie, which will have several relatable incidents that happen between friends, siblings and parents, will release on a streaming platform a month after its theatrical run.