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Tovino Thomas’ period entertainer Ajayante Randam Moshanam to have three heroines

Ajayante Randam Moshanam, which is directed by Jithin Lal, is set to go on floors next month

Tovino Thomas’ period entertainer Ajayante Randam Moshanam to have three heroines
Tovino's looks in Ajayante Randam Moshanam
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Last Updated: 05.46 AM, Sep 18, 2022

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Tovino Thomas’ upcoming period entertainer Ajayante Randam Moshanam, which is set to go on floors in October, will have three heroines. While we had earlier reported that Telugu actress Krithi Shetty has been roped in as one of the leads, the makers are also in discussions with two other leading actresses to play the other two female protagonists in the movie.

The movie, which was first announced in January 2020, is finally set to go on floors in Kasaragod next month after Tovino completes shooting for Dr Biju’s movie Adrishya Jalakangal. Ajayante Randam Moshanam will mark the first triple role in Tovino’s decade-long career.

The actor is already training in kalarippayattu for the roles in the movie. He will be seen as Maniyan, Kunjikelu and Ajayan in the movie that has portions set in 1900, 1950 and 1990, respectively. The main storyline of the film, which is set in North Malabar, will evolve in the 90s. The movie is scripted by Sujith Nambiar and is currently planned as a pan-Indian release in multiple languages.

Tovino Thomas in a working still from Ajayante Randam Moshanam
Tovino Thomas in a working still from Ajayante Randam Moshanam

The makers are expected to announce the cast of the big-budget venture soon. In a recent interview with Cinema Express, Jithin had said that the film will have eight fight sequences. The team will be boosted by the success of Tovino’s previous movie Thallumaala, which has already grossed Rs 70 crore in worldwide box office earnings and is now streaming on Netflix.

Tovino, meanwhile, is also part of several big films including Prithviraj Sukumaran’s Karachi 81, which is set to go on floors next year. The actor, who is part of Jude Anthany Joseph’s multi-starrer, has also completed shooting for Aashiq Abu’s Neelavelicham, which is based on Vaikom Muhammed Basheer’s eponymous novel and has Roshan Mathew and Rima Kallingal as part of the cast. The film will mark his next theatrical release and is scheduled to hit the big screen in December.

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