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An International Local Story, MASK, Daivam Sakshi coming this Friday

All three films are of different genres and the highlight is the return of Vijay Raghavan’s Ramji Rao in MASK

Published: 26th February 2019

Harisree Ashokan’s directorial debut An International Local Story, Chemban Vinod Jose-Shine Tom Chacko film MASK, and Suraj Venjaramoodu-starrer Daivam Sakshi will be hitting theatres this Friday.

Touted to be a humorous entertainer, An International Local Story stars Rahul Madhav, Deepak Parambol, Dharmajan, Salim Kumar, Suresh Krishnan, Baiju, and Manoj K Jayan among others. Ashokan will be also appearing in a supporting role. Scripted by Ranjith, Eben, and Saneesh, M Shijith is backing the film under the banner of S Square Cinemas. Gopi Sundar, Nadirsha and Arun Raj have composed the music to the lyrics penned by Harinarayanan, Rajeev Alunkal, and Dinu Mohan.

Debutant Sunil Hanif’s Muhammadum Albiyum Shatrukkalaaya Katha (MASK) has Shine playing the role of a professional thief with Chemban as a cop pursuing him. The two have previously worked together in Varnyathil Ashanka. A major highlight of MASK will be the return of Vijay Raghavan’s Ramji Rao, who first appeared in Ramji Rao Speaking and went on to appear in its sequels, Mannar Mathai Speaking and Mannar Mathai Speaking 2. Oru Mexican Aparatha fame Prakash Velayudhan has photographed the film while music has been composed by Gopi Sunder. AS Gireeshlal and Nazeer NM have bankrolled the film which has been scripted by Fazal.

Daivam Sakshi, directed by Snehajit and penned by Suresh Kochammini, has Suraj Venjaramoodu playing the central character, that of an auto driver, and Madhupal appearing as a pivotal supporting character. Binu S Nair is the cinematographer of the film. A Square Films is backing it.

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