After basking in the success of "Oru Vadakkan Selfie", actor–filmmaker Vineeth Sreenivasan is set to share screen space with brother Dhyan Sreenivasan and Aju Varghese. The movie, titled "Kunjiramayanam", is directed by Basil Joseph who is popular for his short films especially "Oru Thundupadam".
The upcoming movie is a comedy, whose screenplay is written by the director and Deepu Pradeep.
Vineeth Sreenivasan and Aju Varghese have always given great movies in the Malayalam industry, from hit 2010 movie "Malarvadi Arts Club" and the latest "Oru Vadakkan Selfie". For Dhyan, who was the lead actor in Vineeth's 2013 directorial venture "Thira", the new movie is a dream come true as he gets to share screen space with his brother. The actor also shared his excitement through his Facebook page
"It's nice to be back. I'm happy that I could post this on easter day..kunjiramayanam is another movie about which the expectations would run higher cause of my co actors, Its so nice to share screen with people we love with ettan and aju ettan..yet another family padam..lol..and ofcourse Basil ..Great friend. One guy who can make you laugh all the time.. So kunjiramayanam is gonna be a laugh riot for sure.. I wish him all the best," Dhyan wrote on his Facebook page.
In "Thira", Dhyan played the character of Naveen whose sister gets kidnapped in front of him by a gang of human traffickers. He, along with Dr Rohini Pranab (Shobhana), embark on a mission to track down the culprits and save the girl from them. The young talent also received the Asianet Film Awards for the Best Debut Actor.
Dhyan had earlier assisted his uncle, M Mohanan, in his film "916". One will have to wait and see whether he will keep up the reputation of his father and brother.
Meanwhile, the cinematography of "Kunjiramayanam" is being done by Vishnu Sarma and editing by Appu Battathiri. The music is being created by Justin Prabhakaran and lyrics are being penned by Manu Manjith.