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Unni Mukundan to star in fantasy film, Gandharva Jr

The film marks the directorial debut of Vishnu Aravind, a former associate in Second Show and Kalki

Published: 22nd September 2022

Unni Mukundan has signed a new film titled Gandharva Jr. Billed as a fun-filled fantasy entertainer, the film marks the directorial debut of Vishnu Aravind, a former associate in Second Show and Kalki. Praveen Prabharam and Sujin Sujathan, who co-wrote Kalki, have scripted this upcoming film as well. It is produced jointly by Little Big Films, and JM Infotainment.

According to the makers, Gandharva Jr is a fun tale of a gandharvan's arrival and the subsequent events. In Hinduism, Gandharva is a class of celestial beings whose males are divine performers such as musicians and singers, and females are divine dancers. Unni Mukundan is likely to play the gandharvan's role in the film.

Unni, who is celebrating his birthday today, has a handful of projects lined up. Earlier in the day, his new film Yemaha also got announced. His next release will be Shefeekkinte Santhosham, directed by debutant Anoop Pandalam. The actor is also reuniting with his Mallu Singh director Vysakh for a big-scale action film, Bruce Lee. The multilingual Samantha-starrer Yashoda, Mindiyum Paranjum with Luca fame Arun Bose, and Vishnu Sasi Shankar's Malikappuram are his other upcoming projects.

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