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Biju Menon represents an urban Malayali in Orayiram Kinakkalal- Cinema express

Biju Menon plays an urban Malayali in Orayiram Kinakkalal

The actor plays a UK returnee in the comedy thriller directed by Pramod Mohan

Published: 27th February 2018

Biju Menon has played a slew of characters over the years but his role in Orayiram Kinakkalal will be a reflection of today's urban Malayali men. "His character Sriram represents the very materialistic society we live in. He is a UK returnee, who is looking to start a restaurant in Kerala. But, mired in a very materialist society, his moves go wrong," says director Pramod Mohan.

He adds that Orayiram Kinakkalal is a comedy thriller that narrates the tale of a man who runs into unexpected issues. "The humour is situational and the story revolves around his family and issues," says Pramod.

While Sakshi Agarwal plays Biju Menon's wife in the film, Roshan Mathew will play Jaison, a mobile shop technician. Orayiram Kinakkalal is likely to hit the screens on April 6.

Biju Menon's last release was Rosapoo, which failed to click at the box office. The actor, at present, is busy with Padayottam, that has him playing a thug.  

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