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Kajal Aggarwal, Nabha Natesh and Wamiqa Gabbi in Ravi Teja's next

The film marks the third collaboration of Kajal with Ravi Teja after Veera and Sarocharu

Published on 31st October 2018

Prithviraj calls Lucifer experience his ‘most intense’

The actor updated fans on social media about the status of his directorial debut

Published on 27th September 2018

Prithviraj's Nine set to release on November 16

The film directed by Jenuse Mohammad is Prithviraj's maiden production venture

Published on 17th September 2018

Nine to be released in November?

Directed by Jenuse Mohammed, the science fiction thriller is Prithviraj's maiden production venture under his newly formed Prithviraj Productions

Published on 20th July 2018

Prakash Raj joins Prithviraj's Nine

A character poster of the actor as Dr Inayat Khan was revealed by Prithviraj Productions

Published on 11th June 2018

Mamta Mohandas joins Prithviraj's Nine

She is the second female cast member to be announced after Wamiqa Gabbi

Published on 1st June 2018

Prithviraj’s Nine gets a heroine

Wamiqa Gabbi will play the female lead in Malayalam cinema's first sci-fi film

Published on 21st May 2018

It's a wrap for Iravaakaalam

The film is a drama that talks about marriage and relationships

Published on 16th January 2018

SJ Suryah's Iravaakaalam nearing finish line

Director Ashwin Saravanan says production on the romantic thriller has entered its final stages

Published on 15th December 2017

Unni Mukundan to work again with Anoop Menon

The actors will star together in director Kannan Thamarakulam's next project

Published on 15th October 2017

Godha: A refreshing and entertaining watch

Cast : Wamiqa Gabbi, Tovino Thomas, Ranji Panicker

Director : Basil Joseph

Published on 20th May 2017

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