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Shine Tom Chacko joins Aishwarya Lekshmi in Kumari

Shine Tom Chacko has replaced Roshan Mathew in Kumari

Published: 13th December 2021
Surabhi Lakshmi, Shine Tom Chacko, Nirmal Sahadev, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Giju John and Swasika at Kumari launch event

We had reported earlier that Roshan Mathew is playing one of the leads in the Aishwarya Lekshmi-led Kumari. However, the actor has dropped out due to scheduling conflicts. Shine Tom Chacko has replaced him in the film helmed by Ranam-fame Nirmal Sahadev.

The other cast members are Tanvi Ram, Swasika Vijay, Surabhi Lakshmi, Shivajith Padmanabhan, Rahul Madhav, Spadikam George, Giju John, and Shruti Menon.

Nirmal is co-producing the folktale-influenced film with actor Giju John, composer Jakes Bejoy, and editor Sreejith Sarang under the banner of their newly launched production company, The Fresh Lime Sodas. The team is associating with Jins Varghese's Big J Entertainments.

Presented by Supriya Menon under the banner of Prithviraj Productions, the film comes with the tagline, "Their promise. Her nightmare."

The principal technical crew of Kumari comprises Jakes Bejoy, Sreejith Sarang, production designer Gokul Das (Jallikattu), and costume designer Stephy Zavior.

Shine Tom recently wowed audiences with his chilling turn in Dulquer Salmaan-starrer Kurup. He also has Amal Neerad's Bheeshma Parvam (with Mammootty), Prasobh Vijayan's Adi, and Jijo Antony's Adithattu lined up. The actor is also making his Tamil debut in Vijay's Beast, directed by Doctor-fame Nelson Dilipkumar.

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