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Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey makers introduce action choreographer Felix Fukuyoshi Ruwwe

Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey, directed by Vipin Das, is a hilarious satire on patriarchal households and abusive marriages

Published: 24th November 2022

The Basil Joseph, Darshana Rajendran-starrer Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey (JJJJH) has emerged as a huge success at the box office. Directed by Vipin Das, it is a hilarious satire on patriarchal households and abusive marriages. While many Indian films have dealt with similar themes in recent times, what makes JJJJH unique is how it handles such a serious topic in a light-hearted tone. Its USP is the stunt sequences, which the makers cleverly concealed till the film's release.

Now that it has been close to a month since the film hit screens, they have introduced the man behind the quirky-yet-effectively choreographed action sequences -- Felix Fukuyoshi Ruwwe. A making video is out, which follows how Felix and his team trained the actors and went about with shooting the fight scenes. Both the lead actors, Darshana and Basil, got injured during the film's shoot.

JJJJH is written by Vipin Das and Nashid Mohamed Famy. The film also stars Anand Manmadhan, Kudassanad Kanakam, Aju Varghese, Azees Nedumangad, Sudheer Paravoor, Manju Pillai, and Noby Marcose. It has cinematography by Bablu Aju and music by Ankit Menon. Lakshmi Warrier and Ganesh Menon have jointly backed the film under the banner of Cheers Entertainments.

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