- Mohanlal introduced the venture on his 60th birthday
- He has reprised his position as George Kutty
- ‘Drishyam 2’ is being shot in Thodupuzha (Kerala)
Mohanlal simply shared an replace on Drishyam 2 and the Internet cannot hold calm. Minutes after the actor shared an image from the units of the movie, #Drishyam2 began trending immediately on social media.Drishyam 2 is a sequel to the 2013 household thriller, which was directed by late filmmaker Nishikant Kamat, who died on the age of 50 in August, this 12 months. The movie is at the moment being shot in Thodupuzha (Kerala). Sharing an image along with his co-stars Meena, Ansiba, and Esther Anil and the movie’s director Jeethu Joseph, Mohanlal wrote in his Instagram publish: “George Kutty and family.” He added the hashtags #Drishyam2 and #Drishyam. The movie is being produced by Antony Perumbavoor.
The movie’s director Jeethu Joseph shared the image and wrote: “With George Kutty and family after 6 years.” Meanwhile, try Mohanlal’s publish right here:
Mohanlal, who additionally featured within the authentic rendition of the movie, introduced his affiliation with the venture on his 60th birthday, this 12 months in a tweet. Earlier this 12 months, there have been rumours that the movie has been shelved. Responding to which, the movie’s director Jeethu Joseph wrote in a Facebook publish that the filming would resume after the lockdown ended. Jeethu Joseph is also directing Mohanlal in a film called Ram.
Check out Mohanlal’s tweet right here:
— Mohanlal (@Mohanlal) May 21, 2020
Drishyam was a suspense thriller directed by Nishikant Kamat. It showcased the struggles of George Kutty (performed by Mohanlal), who’s on the hit record of the police after his daughter by accident kills the villainous son of a cop. The movie was equally adept at impressing the audiences in addition to movie critics.
Drishyam has been remade in a number of different languages, together with a Hindi model which featured Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Shriya Saran. The Tamil remake starred Kamal Haasan and it was titled Papanasam.