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Arjun Ashokan joins Prithviraj Sukumaran's Kaduva- Cinema express

Arjun Ashokan joins Prithviraj Sukumaran's Kaduva

Prithviraj posted a picture of Arjun from the set of the film on Instagram while sharing the news with fans

Published: 24th April 2021

Prithviraj Sukumaran took to Instagram earlier today to welcome actor Arjun Ashokan on board his upcoming film Kaduva. Prithviraj posted a picture of Arjun on Instagram from the set of the film while sharing the news with fans. He called his co-star "one of the most exciting young actors in Malayalam cinema." and announced that the shoot of Kaduva is in progress.

Arjun made his debut with Orkut Oru Ormakoot in 2012, and made a mark with 2017's Parava, the debut directorial of Soubin Shahir.

Kaduva is directed by Shaji Kailas. Touted as a mass action entertainer, the film sees Shaji Kailas reuniting with Prithviraj again after 2012's Simhasanam.

Prithviraj plays an influential planter named Kaduvakkunnel Kuruvachan in the film, which has a script by Jinu Abraham. Abhinandan Ramanujam is the director of photography. Interestingly, Abhinandan also shot two Prithviraj films — Nine and the upcoming Kuruthi.

Shameer Muhammed is editing Kaduva, while Jakes Bejoy is in charge of the music.

Supriya Menon is producing the film under the banner of Prithviraj Productions in association with Listin Stephen's Magic Frames.

Prithviraj will also be seen in Bhramam (the Malayalam remake of the Bollywood blockbuster Andhadun), Theerppu, and Mohanlal's directorial venture, Barroz: Guardian Of D'gama's Treasure.

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