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Pa Ranjith's next is Vettuvam; first look poster out- Cinema express

Pa Ranjith's next is Vettuvam; first look poster out

The project is said to be a linked film and TV series

Published: 20th May 2022
Pa Ranjith, and the first look poster of Vettuvam

Director Pa Ranjith will start working on a new film this year titled Vettuvam. The project is said to be a linked film and TV series set predominantly in a prison and is about standing up to injustice.

The film will be produced by Ranjith's Neelam Studios along with Golden Ratio Films who recently collaborated for bankrolling Writer. Vettuvam's first look was released at the Cannes Film Festival.

According to sources, Vettuvam is about a rural gangster who turns himself to the police in order to avoid his enemies only to find out that the prison system is worse. The feature film will first be out followed by the series. The series will apparently follow a structure in which each episode takes the point of view of a different character who would have been introduced in the film. The cast and crew of Vettuvam are expected to be announced soon.

Meanwhile, Ranjith is awaiting the release of Natchathiram Nagargirathu which stars Kalidas Jayaram and Dushara Vijayan in lead roles

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