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Marco - Unni Mukundan's film to go on floors on THIS date; makers promise an adrenaline-packed ride

Unni Mukundan’s upcoming film Marco is all set to begin with a puja ceremony next month. Here’s the latest update

Marco - Unni Mukundan's film to go on floors on THIS date; makers promise an adrenaline-packed ride
Unni Mukundan as Marco Jr in Mikhael (L)

Last Updated: 01.20 PM, Apr 28, 2024


It's official! Unni Mukundan’s much-awaited film Marco is all set to commence with a puja ceremony on May 3. The makers of the film took to their social media handles to share the new update. “Get ready for an adrenaline-packed ride!! #Marco Pooja on May 3rd, 2024! (sic)”. The film directed by Haneef Adeni has ‘sensational soundtracks’ scored by KGF-fame composer Ravi Basrur. The new announcement poster showcased a long meeting table in a dichromatic backdrop. The film promises to be an intriguing action thriller.  

Unni Mukundan about Marco

Speaking about Marco, leading man Unni Mukundan revealed that the upcoming film is set to be an ‘unapologetically honest and brutal’ film. The actor is set to essay the role of the ruthless villain in the spin-off of Nivin Pauly-starrer Mikhael. Unni Mukundan will reprise his role as Marco Jr, a cold-blooded gangster, in the new crime thriller movie. For the unversed, Mikhael narrated the story of a brother’s attempt to save his sister from a revenge attack. The ruthless villain, Marco Jr (Unni), seeks vengeance for his brother’s death.  

Ravi Basrur, Poster of Marco
Ravi Basrur, Poster of Marco

Unni Mukundan as a ruthless gangster in Marco

The first-look poster featured Unni wielding a sword, with gold biscuits and a few dismembered body parts scattered in the backdrop. He is smoking a cigarette and sitting in a throne-like chair. The monochromatic poster is shared along with an ominous music that emphasises Marco's ruthless personality. “You’ve seen his villainous side! Now witness his heroic actions!!!”, the caption of the poster read. The makers also believe that Marco marks the first time in Indian cinema that a villain makes a comeback as a hero in a spin-off.  

Meanwhile, Unni Mukundan’s latest outing Jai Ganesh has not been able to work wonders at the box office. The film which released alongside two biggies - Aavesham and Varshangalkku Shesham - has been struggling to lure audiences to the theatres.

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