The hit duo of Malayalam films, Kunchacko Boban and Biju Menon is coming together again with their new flick "Bhayya Bhayya." The film is directed by hit maker Johny Antony.
The duo will play the role of suppliers of migrant workers from Bengal to different working sites in Kerala. The film will take its course when they travel to Bengal because of certain circumstances. They will eventually face some problems on their way and the story revolves around how they come out of these situations around them.
Boban and Menon were labeled as hit makers after the release of their movies like "Ordinary", "3 Dots", "Romans" and "Seniors." The pair was able to convert their films to hits in box office. After their last release "3 Dots," they decided not to do films together again to avoid monotony in their performances.
"We were getting many projects after a couple of hit films together but nothing was up to the mark. Johny's film is an out-and-out fun flick and I play a Bengali Babu who supplies migrant labourers from Bengal. The film travels from Kerala to Tamil Nadu and then to Kolkata. I hope we can match the expectations of the audience after a gap," said Boban to Times Of India, about their return in "Bhayya Bhayya."
Johny Antony is known for his comedy flicks like "CID Moosa" (2003), "Kochi Rajavu" (2005) and "Thuruppu Gulan" (2006). Like his usual comedy films, "Bhayya Bhayya" is also expected to be a fun filled comedy flick. The script of the film is done by Benny P Nayarambalam who has written scripts for hits like "Kalyanaraman" (2002), "Thommanum Makkalum" (2005), "Chanthupottu" (2005), "Chotta Mumbai" (2007), "Annan Thampi" (2007), Marykundoru Kunjadu" (2010), "Sound Thoma" and many more.
The casts of the film also assures audience to wait for a laughter riot. Innocent will make his appearance in the film as Contractor Chacko. The other star casts include Nisha Agarwal, Salim Kumar, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Vijaya Raghavan, Shammi Thilakan, Sudhir Karamana, Thesni Khan and Ambika Mohan.
The music of "Bhayya Bhayya" is composed by Vidyasagar, whereas, Vayalar Sarath Chandra Varma, Santhosh Varma and Murukan Kattakada penned down the lyrics. The cinematography is handled by Vinod Illampally and the editing is done by Ranjan Abraham. The film is produced by Laisamma Joseph.