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Martin Prakkat's next titled Nayattu

The film has Kunchacko Boban, Joju George, and Nimisha Sajayan playing the leads

Published: 18th September 2020

We had reported earlier that Martin Prakkat's next film after Charlie is an investigation thriller starring Kunchacko Boban, Joju George and Nimisha Sajayan. The film has been reportedly titled Nayattu. Shahi Kabir, who wrote Joseph, has penned the script.

The team had shot a major chunk of the film before the pandemic began and is waiting to resume the shoot of the remaining portions. They have already completed around 54 days of shoot in locations such as Piravom, Munnar, and Kodaikanal.

This is the first time that Martin Prakkat is helming a thriller. The film sees him return to the director's chair after a brief hiatus. His last directorial was Charlie, starring Dulquer Salmaan and Parvathy Thiruvoth.

Shahir Kabir had earlier told us that though his new film is also a police story, it's completely different from Joseph.

The much-anticipated film has Shyju Khalid (Anjaam Pathira) as the director of photography and Mahesh Narayanan (CU Soon) as the editor. Vishnu Vijay (Ambili) is the music composer. Director Ranjith's Gold Coin Pictures is jointly bankrolling the project with Martin Prakkat Films.

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