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Joy Full Enjoy: Aparna Das joins Udal duo Dhyan Sreenivasan, Indrans in feel-good family drama

Joy Full Enjoy has Dhyan Sreenivasan essaying the role of a movie aspirant

Joy Full Enjoy: Aparna Das joins Udal duo Dhyan Sreenivasan, Indrans in feel-good family drama
Aparna Das and Dhyan Sreenivasan
  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 11.28 AM, Jan 19, 2023


After teaming up Vineeth Sreenivasan in Manoharam, Aparna Das will next work with his brother Dhyan Sreenivasan in Akhil Kavungal’s Joy Full Enjoy that is set to go on floors in Kozhikode on January 20.

The movie, which is a feel-good family drama, will also mark the collaboration between Dhyan and Indrans after their cult film Udal, which released in theatres last year. The upcoming film, which will mark Akhil’s second movie after Hareesh Peradi’s Ice Orathi, has Dhyan essaying the role of a film industry aspirant, who is also an orphan and craves for motherly love.

In an earlier interview with us, Akhil had said that Dhyan’s character meets another woman, who is in her mid-40s in his neighbourhood, and over time begins to develop maternal feelings for her. The movie discusses the various incidents that this creates.

The movie was first announced way back in October 2021 and the team had plans to begin shoot in January 2022. Back then, Niranjana Anoop was roped in as the female lead. Now, after a year’s delay, it seems that Aparna Das has replaced Niranjana in the movie, which also has Biju Sopanam, Kalabhavan Navas, Nirmal Palazhi and Meera Nair in pivotal roles.

Meanwhile, Dhyan has a slew of upcoming releases including Higuita, Khali Purse of Billionaires, Jailer and Bullet Diaries – all of which he had signed during the pandemic. In an earlier interview with OTTplay, the actor said, “Post the lockdowns, I began having insecurities. Movies were not happening and there was a phase where I thought I wouldn’t have any work. So, there was the fear of financial instability that was the driving factor to sign any film that came my way during the pandemic.”

Meanwhile, Dhyan also has Aap Kaise Ho, which is helmed by Dinil Babu. The comedy revolves around a group of bachelors who get together for a bachelor party. It also has Ramesh Pisharody, Saiju Kurup and Aju Varghese as part of the cast.