Fahadh Faasil will be essaying the titular role of Karate Chandran in the film, directed by Roy
Naslen and Mamitha Baiju-starrer Premalu, produced by Bhavana Studios, has been receiving thunderous reception at the box office. As the film continues its dream run, the makers of the film have dropped the details of their next project with none other than Fahadh Faasil. The new film titled Karate Chandran will have Fahadh playing the titular role. Directed by Roy, the film is written by S Hareesh and Vinoy Thomas.
The production No. 6 announcement was made by the makers through a social media post captioned, “Overwhelming happiness for the love showered on Premalu. Big hugs and cheers to the fantastic team. And now, we would like to double the excitement by sharing the news of our next, Production No.6. Fahadh Faasil in and as KARATE CHANDRAN, Directed by Roy, written by S Hareesh and Vinoy Thomas. More updates soon (sic)”.
Along with the new update, the makers also released a few shots of the Vikram actor training for his role in the film. The actor can be seen in a Karate costume and striking some Karate poses in the pics. The new announcement generates lot of excitement among fans who will get to witness the actor don yet another amusing role as a martial art expert. From the first glance, the film seems to be a comedy drama, but we may have to wait for further updates from the makers to confirm this.
Meanwhile, Naslen and Mamitha Baiju’s romantic comedy Premalu, directed by Girish AD, has been raking in impressive numbers at the box office. The film has minted approximately Rs 10 crore worldwide in just 3 days, according to latest reports. The film continues to receive more love from audiences, who have credited the performances of the lead cast for the movie’s success.
Fahadh Faasil, who is currently shooting for Rajinikanth-TJ Gnanavel’s action film Vettaiyan, will be seen in several exciting new projects including Allu Arjun-starrer Pushpa 2: The Rule; Sudheesh Sankar directorial Maareesan alongside Vadivelu; Alphonse Puthren’s directorial Paattu and Romancham-fame Jithu Madhavan's directorial titled Aavesham