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Adrishyam/Yuki bilingual film's release plan out- Cinema express

Joju George, Sharafudheen's Adrishyam release plan announced

The Tamil version, Yuki, stars Kathir and Natty

Published: 26th October 2022
Adrishyam poster

Adrishyam/Yuki, the upcoming Malayalam-Tamil bilingual film is all set to release in November, the makers announced on Wednesday. While the Malayalam version stars Joju George, Narain and Sharafudheen, the Tamil version stars Kathir and Natty.

The announcement video features character photos of Joju George, Narain, and Sharafudheen, including Anandhi and Pavithra Lakshmi. The big-budget effort, which marks the directorial debut of Zac Harriss, is a co-production of UAN Film House and AAR Productions in association with Juvis Productions. 

According to reports, the film is said to be an emotional thriller that will give a message to society. Tamil actor Anandhi (Pariyerum Perumal) is making her Malayalam debut with Adrishyam. Pavithra Lakshmi and Atmeeya Rajan are the other two female leads. Adrishyam also features Pratap Pothen, John Vijay, Munish Kant, Sinil Sainudeen, Vinodini, Anjali Rao and Bindu Sanjeev.

Packiaraj Ramalingam wrote the script for which Zac penned the dialogues. Pushparaj Santhosh cranked the camera while Ranjin Raj composed the music. Don Vincent works on the background score. The bilingual was shot in Chennai and Pondicherry in full compliance with the Covid norms during the lockdown.

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