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Nivin Pauly looks fierce and intense in this promising Padavettu teaser

The film is set to hit screens on October 21

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Published: 02nd September 2022

The teaser of Nivin Pauly's long-delayed film Padavettu is out. From the teaser, it seems to be a political thriller that tells the story of the working class. Nivin Pauly, who appears in two different getups, looks fierce and intense in it. The actor had put on weight for one of his looks in the film.

Earlier while speaking about the film, Nivin had said, "It's a story about hope, resurgence, and courage, and I'm sure the film will be received with a lot of love by the audience. This is a political drama, but it is also about the thread of humanity that connects us all. It also brings to the fore the triumph of the human spirit in the face of great oppression. The film has a universality that makes it relatable at multiple levels."

Padavettu is written and directed by Liju Krishna, who was recently arrested on charges of rape and sexual harassment. Yoodle Films is backing the film in association with actor Sunny Wayne's production house.

Padavettu stars Manju Warrier in a cameo role. Others in the cast include Shine Tom Chacko, Aditi Balan, Shammi Thilakan, Manoj Omen, and Remya Suresh. The film is set to hit screens on October 21.

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