Directed by R Kannan, the movie stars Aishwarya Rajesh and Rahul Ravindran in lead roles
The film's second look
The first look of the Tamil remake of Mollywood film The Great Indian Kitchen (streaming on Amazon Prime Video) was unveiled by Arya a couple of days ago. The makers have now revealed its second look, which features Aishwarya Rajesh and Rahul Ravindran who will be seen playing lead roles in the movie.
They will be enacting the roles played by Nimisha Sajayan and Suraj Venjaramoodu respectively in the Malayalam version. Directed by R Kannan, the project has been produced by Durgaram Choudhury and Neel Choudhury. Balasubramaniem and Leo John Paul have been roped in to handle cinematography and editing for the project respectively.
Kannan's last outing, Thalli Pogathey, was also a remake. The Atharvaa-Anupama rom-com was the remake of hit Tollywood film Ninnu Kori (streaming on Amazon Prime Video). Jerry Silverster Vincent has composed music for The Great Indian Kitchen's Tamil remake, the trailer of which is expected to be out soon.
Set in Karaikudi, the project is expected to release in Telugu as well as Kannan had acquired both Tamil and Telugu remake rights of the Malayalam movie. Pattukottai Prabhakar is writing the dialogues for the film which will release in theatres later this year. The details on other cast in the movie will be revealed later.
The Great Indian Kitchen, directed by Jeo Baby, was one of the most acclaimed Malayalam films of 2021. The movie went on to garner national acclaim because of the relevant theme it discussed and the flawless performance of the lead actors.
The movie won three awards - Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Sound Designer - at 51st Kerala State Film Awards last year. The film lead to several debates on social media with regard to the roles of men and women in kitchen.