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Roshan Mathew-starrer Chathuram certified 'A'- Cinema express

Roshan Mathew-starrer Chathuram certified 'A'

The film is helmed by Sidharth Bharathan

Published: 10th January 2022
Poster of Chathuram

Director Sidharth Bharathan's upcoming feature Chathuram, starring Roshan Mathew, has cleared censors with an 'A' certificate. The makers are ensuring that the rating dominates the poster, and are proudly promoting it as a "pure A padam".

Chathuram has Swasika Vijay, Shanthy Balachandran, and Alencier Ley playing the other main characters.

Vineetha Ajith, George Santiago, Jamnesh Thayyil, and Siddharth Bharathan are producing jointly under the banners Greenwich Entertainments and Yellove Board Productions.

The film has a screenplay written by Sidharth Bharathan and Vinoy Thomas. Deepu Joseph serves as the editor, while Pratheesh Varma handles the cinematography. The film has music composed by Prasanth Pillai.

Chathuram is among Sidharth's two upcoming features aside from Jinn starring Soubin Shahir. Meanwhile, Roshan is also awaiting the release of his collaboration with Vysakh entitled Night Drive.

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