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Mammootty's thriller The Priest resumes shoot

Also starring Manju Warrier, The Priest is the directorial debut of Jofin T Chacko

Published: 06th October 2020

The shoot of the remaining portions of Mammootty’s upcoming thriller, The Priest, has resumed. Filming had commenced in January this year, but the team had to put the shoot on hold due to the pandemic.

Also starring Manju Warrier, The Priest is the directorial debut of Jofin T Chacko. The script and dialogues are co-written by Deepu Pradeep and Shyam Menon, based on a story by Jofin.

The first-look poster revealed Mammootty’s titular character in a hooded cassock against the backdrop of a church.

The remaining cast members include Nikhila Vimal, Sreenath Bhasi, Saniya Iyyappan, and Baby Monica (Kaithi, Raatsasan), in addition to Jagadish, Ramesh Pisharodi, and Madhupal.

Akhil George (Iblis) is the film's cinematographer, while Shameer Muhammed is handling the editing. The Priest is bankrolled jointly by Anto Joseph, B Unnikrishnan, and VN Babu.

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