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Mohanlal's Ram shoot resumes

It may be noted that filming for Ram began in 2019 but was stalled in the wake of Covid-19

Published: 06th August 2022

The shooting of the Mohanlal-starrer Ram has resumed on Saturday, filmmaker Jeethu Joseph announced on his social media handle.

Jeethu wrote, "Ram shoot resumes after 3 years. Need your prayers and support." The new poster features Mohanlal's back profile as a silhouette. The film's tagline reads, "He has no boundaries."


A post shared by Jeethu Joseph (@jeethu4ever)

Produced by Ramesh P Pillai and Sudhah S Pillai, the film's technical crew includes cinematographer Satheesh Kurup, editor VS Vinayak, music composer Vishnu Shyam and production designer Prem Nawas. The film also features Trisha, Indrajith Sukumaran, Adil Hussain, Durga Krishna and Saikumar in supporting roles.

It may be noted that filming for Ram began in 2019 but was stalled in the wake of Covid-19. The makers had earlier noted that they are planning to shoot in the UK and Arab countries. Recently, speculations were doing rounds that Mohanlal-Jeethu Joseph's film will release in two parts, dubbed in multiple languages and mounted as a pan-Indian film. The filmmaker-actor duo previously collaborated on Drishyam, its sequel Drishyam 2: The Resumption and 12th Man.

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