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Kurup: Dulquer Salman starrer unleashes gripping character posters a day before the keenly awaited release

The Srinath Rajendran directorial has been the most controversial as well as anticipated Malayalam movies in the recent times

Megha Mukundan
Nov 11, 2021
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As the highly anticipated Dulquer Salmaan starrer Kurup is a day away from hitting the theatres, the team unleashed promising character posters as a final lap. The four new posters have instantly taken the internet by storm and added much curiosity to everyone’s wait.

Posters of Bharath Niwas, Shine Tom Chacko, Sunny Wayne and Shobita Dhulipala have been out, which looks absolutely intriguing. The actors are introduced as the characters from the movie, with their respective names as well.

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Bharath Niwas in Kurup
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Shine Tom Chacko

To begin with, Bharath is introduced as Izaakh, in a super cool stylish look. He is seen wearing a charming leather jacket, smoking a cigarette. Besides being so appealing, the character seems to be a bit tough with his attitude. Shine Tom Chacko, introduced as Bhasi Pillai, is nothing but a pack of mystery. 

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Sunny Wayne

Meanwhile, Sunny Wayne seems to be the best kind of friend on and off the screen of Kurup, according to the caption. He will be appearing as Peter, who seemingly plays the role of the lead actor’s best friend. He could be seen performing on a stage, with his orchestra team. ‘The guitar strumming rebel’, as the caption says, appears more to be a rebel himself. While coming to Shobita, her character has already won hearts with the recently released song Pakaliravukal from the movie. Adapting the ’80s look, the beautiful actress is introduced as Sharada in the poster.

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Shobita Dhulipala

The whole team including the cast and the crew have shared the posters on their social media handles, which equals the excitement of the audience. The movie has been the talk of the town since its initial announcement, as it is based on the life of Kerala’s most-wanted criminal, who is still on the run. The movie has been hitting many controversies as the narrative is offered from the criminal’s point of view. The film is inspired by the real-life character Sukumara Kurup. 

However, walking past all the ribbons, the Srinath Rajendran directorial will hit theatres on November 12, 2021. 


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