'I was completely floored by Indrans' performance in Gramavasees'
...says director Shajeer Sha, whose film is set to hit the screens soon
Actor Indrans will be seen in a fresh avatar in the upcoming Gramavasees, which is likely to be released by the end of January or in the first week of February. The post-production work is currently in its final stages.
Directed by BN Shajeer Sha, the film is produced by NS Kumar under the banner of Parvathi Cinemas. The story, screenplay, and dialogues are by Nithin Narayanan. Shajeer says the film is a simple comedy. "This is a small film about a group of characters living in a village. Indrans plays the main character and Aziz Nedumangad his brother-in-law. These two are the principal characters. There are some conflicts between the two: they occasionally get into fights. The film has an interesting climax."
"Indrans' is basically playing a 'mass' character but without any fight sequences. His character has an interesting flashback. He used to be a troublemaker in his past who later becomes quiet on account of some drastic, life-changing events. The film primarily revolves around a heated confrontation between him and Santosh Keezhatoor's character. The latter is the villain," adds Shajeer.
The director believes that he has been able to utilise the State award-winning actor to the fullest. He tells us he was completely floored by the actor's performance in the film. "Indrans was initially supposed to be a supporting character, with someone else playing the lead. But later the role was rewritten so as to make him the lead character. I was so amazed by the final result. While I'm not saying that his performance is similar to the one in Aalorukkam, it's still going to be something fresh and unexpected."