Lal Jose's 41 is a 'political-religious satire'
The film will touch upon topics like Sabarimala, theism-atheism, love, and hate
Lal Jose’s new film 41 is gearing up for release next month. The recently-released poster shows Biju Menon in Sabarimala attire with his left hand raised comrade-style.
In a recent interview, the director revealed that the film will be a “political-religious satire” that will touch upon topics like Sabarimala, theism-atheism, love, and hate.
Scripted by debutant PG Prageesh, 41 will revolve around two men traveling on two different paths. The film, which has Nimisha Sajayan paired opposite Biju Menon, also sees the feature debut of theatre actor Saranjith.
G Prajith, who directed Biju Menon recently in Sathyam Paranjha Vishwasikkuvo, is producing the film jointly with Anumod Bose and Adarsh Narayanan under their banner Signature studios.
S Kumar is behind the camera, while Bijibal has composed the music to the lyrics by Rafeeq Ahamed.