Malayali actor Abid Anwar makes bilingual debut
The Hindi-English film is being touted as a woman-centric science fiction film featuring Tannishtha Chatterjee as the female lead
Malayali actor-singer Abid Anwar is making his bilingual debut with an independent film titled Rani Rani Rani, written and helmed by Malayali filmmaker Rajaram Rajendran.
The Hindi-English film is being touted as a woman-centric science fiction film featuring Tannishtha Chatterjee as the female lead.
Abid, who has acted in the Malayalam films Innanu Aa Kalyanam, Flat No 4 B and SS Kumaran’s Tamil directorial Kerala Nattilam Pengaludane, plays a South Indian techie in Rani Rani Rani. The actor, who has appeared in over 80 ads, is also part of SS Kumaran’s upcoming film LIC.
Rani Rani Rani, which co-stars Asif Basra, Danny Sura, and Alexx O’Nell, has been shot by Serbian cinematographer Djordje Stojiljkovic and edited by Jyolsna Panicker. Joe Panicker has composed the music.
The team is planning to release the film through PVR as well as some OTT platforms sometime in November. The film is also expected to be screened it at various international film festivals.