Biju Menon and Suresh Gopi to team up after 11 years

The solid of Suresh Gopi’s Ottakkomban simply got larger. Director Mathews Thomas Plammoottil has roped in Biju Menon for the film. this may be the primary time that Suresh Gopi and Biju Menon have teamed up within the past eleven years. The duo, United Nations agency had worked along in many hit films within the 90s and 2000s as well as Kaliyattam, Pathram, FIR and Randaam Bhavam, last worked along in Raama Raavanan in 2010. The forthcoming flick can reportedly have Biju Menon taking part in a personality named Noble. once revealing that he’s a part of the project, Biju Menon wrote on his social media page, “Excited to hitch Ottakkomban family and searching forward to figure with Sureshettan once more.” in the meantime, Suresh Gopi announce, “Welcome on-board expensive Biju Menon! thus glad to possess you as a part of Ottakkomban.”

The flick is written by Shibin Francis and its filming is by Shaji Kumar. musician Harshavardhan Rameshwar, United Nations agency had scored the background music for Arjun Reddy, Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal and Ranbir Kapoor’s forthcoming film Animal, are going to be creating his Mollywood debut with Ottakkomban.
A supply from the team had earlier told America, “The flick is planned to be created on a budget of Rs twenty five large integer with locations in Pala, Kochi, Mangalore and Malaya. Mukesh, Vijayaraghavan, Renji Panicker, Johny Antonius, Suddhy Koppa and KPAC Lalitha are finalised in important roles. Also, the film’s lead histrion and villain ar from Bollywood. Their names are going to be proclaimed presently.”

In AN earlier interview, Mathews had told America, “Suresh Gopi plays a hubby United Nations agency has his problems. He may look a touch aged supported the design we’ve got unconcealed however he isn’t too recent. plenty of individuals predict him during a ‘mass’ action avatar and whereas that section are going to be happy, the film additionally encompasses a heap of importance to family sentiments ANd it might charm to such an audience too.”