Written and directed by Raffi, the film features Joju George, Veena Nandakumar, Jagapathi Babu, Makarand Deshpande and Anupam Kher in prominent roles
Poster of Voice of Sathyanathan
Disney+Hotstar has recently announced details about the OTT release of Dileep starrer comedy film, Voice of Sathyanathan. According to the updates, the film is expected to drop on the OTT platform in August.
Voice of Sathyanathan opened in cinemas on July 28 to mixed reviews. The movie is written and directed by Raffi known for his films like Pandippada, Ringmaster, and Hallo. Voice of Sathyanathan also marked the return of Dileep to the box office after a long hiatus.
|Movie||Voice of Sathyanathan|
|Cast||Dileep, Veena Nandakumar, Joju George, Siddique, Anupam Kher|
|OTT release date||August end (tentative)|
Voice of Sathyanathan revolves around Sathyanathan, an antique vendor who has problems with his neighbour. Sathyanathan has some tongue slip issues which puts him in trouble on several occasions. Eventually, his untamed tongue leads to his arrest for allegedly threatening the Indian President. The movie is touted to be a comedy entertainer with elements of social commentary.
Voice of Sathyanathan has all the ingredients needed for a family entertainer and the film has an engaging screenplay in the second half compared to its first half. Dileep delivers a humorous performance as Sathyanathan with his usual witty mannerisms. Joju George's character as a prisoner was also lauded in the film. Anupam Kher who essays The President of India makes a comeback to Malayalam through Voice of Sathyanathan. Earlier director Raffi in an exclusive chat with OTTplay had revealed that Anupam Kher who didn't show any interest to act in the film came on board after hearing the entire story. The film has an ensemble star cast including actors like Anupam Kher, Makarand Deshpande, Jagapathi Babu, Vijayaraghavan, Siddique, and Johny Antony. Veena Nandakumar who is known for films like Kettyolaanu Ente Malakha and Love essays the female lead in Voice of Sathyanathan. Shameer Muhammed edited the movie, while Jithin Stanislaus was in charge of cinematography.