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Nivin Pauly’s Padavettu: DIrector Liju Krishna Reveals An Exciting Update!

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Nivin Pauly, the crowd-puller of Malayalam cinema will likely be subsequent seen within the upcoming rustic entertainer, Padavettu. In a latest interview, director Liju Krishna revealed an thrilling replace on the Nivin Pauly starrer, which is bankrolled by actor Sunny Wayne. Apparently, the filmmaker said that “Padavettu is by the individuals and for the individuals“.

Within the interview given to TOI, Liju Krishna revealed that the Nivin Pauly starrer almost a thousand residents of his native Maloor, Kannur, have been part of the mission that marks his directorial debut. Apparently, the Padavettu workforce gave them appearing coaching for round 6 months, earlier than beginning the capturing.

The newcomers who’ve acted within the Nivin Pauly starrer just lately got here to Kochi and efficiently completed their dubbing classes as properly. The filmmaker additionally revealed that a lot of the characters have used their very own costumes within the film. Regardless that it took a little bit of time to shoot the movie they usually wanted retakes at instances, issues went rather well.

Nivin Paulys Padavettu: DIrector Liju Krishna Reveals An Exciting Update!

Padavettu will mark the Malayalam debut of Aditi Balan, the younger actress who rose to fame with the extremely acclaimed film, Aruvi. As per the reviews, Aditi is showing as the feminine lead reverse Nivin Pauly within the film, which is scripted by director Liju Krishna himself.

Manju Warrier makes an prolonged cameo look in Padavettu, thus marking her first onscreen collaboration with Nivin. Vijayaraghavan, Indrans, Shammy Thilakan, Sudheesh, Shine Tom Chacko, and so forth essay the supporting roles. Govind Vasantha, the ‘Thaikkudam Bridge’ fame musician has composed the songs and background rating for the film.

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