In the new poster of Jeethu Joseph's much-awaited legal drama Neru, Anaswara Rajan joins Mohanlal and Priya Mani.
Neru, the upcoming legal drama that features Mohanlal in the lead role, is gearing up for it’s grand theatrical release. The project, which marks the fifth onscreen collaboration of the Malayalam superstar and Drishyam director Jeethu Joseph, is touted to be a legal drama. The makers of Neru recently dropped a new poster of the film, featuring Mohanlal, along with Priya Mani and Anaswara Rajan.
Mohanlal, Priya Mani and Anaswara Rajan in new poster of Neru
In the new poster of Neru, Mohanlal and Priya Mani, who play lawyers in the film, are seen in intense looks. However, it is the look of Anaswara Rajan, that has now garnered the attention of viewers.
The young actress is placed between Mohanlal and Priya Mani’s characters in the new poster, which hints that she is playing an important role in the film. It looks like Anaswara’s character will play a catalyst in establishing the connection and onscreen rivalry between the characters played by the veteran superstar and Jawan actress.
However, nothing much has been revealed about the roles played by Mohanlal, Priya Mani, and Anaswara Rajan in the film, yet. From the young actress’s look in the poster, it seems like she is playing a simple girl-next-door in the film. More details about the characters are expected to be revealed in the official trailer, which might get released soon.
All about Neru
For the uninitiated, Mohanlal is set to play the role of an advocate after a long gap of 13 years in Neru. The project marks Priya Mani’s reunion with the superstar after the success of the 2012-released crime thriller, Grandmaster, and her first collaboration with director Jeethu Joseph.
Neru features Siddique, Jagadish, Ganesh Kumar, and others in the key roles. Satheesh Kurup is the director of photography. Vishnu Shyam composed songs and the original score. VS Vinayak handles the editing. Neru is produced by Antony Perumbavoor under the banner Aashirvad Cinemas.