Malayalam actors Kunchacko Boban, Fahadh Faasil and Parvathy are set to team up for an untitled movie, which is the debut directorial venture of film editor Mahesh Narayanan. The upcoming movie, touted as a romantic entertainer, will be narrated against the backrop of incidents that happen in the lives of Keralite nurses due to conflicts in Iraq.
The first schedule of the multi-starrer will go on floors on June 20 in Kochi. Hyderabad, Dubai and Jordan are the other primary locations of the film, which is being scripted by PV Shajikumar along with director Mahesh. The movie is the production venture of Anto Joseph and the camera will be cranked by Sanu Varghese, who has captured the visuals for the movies "Vishwaroopam," "Thoongaa Vanam" and "Wazir," among others. The makers haven't given out any other details of the movie as of now.
This is the first time Kunchacko, Fahadh and Parvathy will be teaming up for a project. It is the first project of Parvathy in 2016, after superhits "Ennu Ninte Moideen" and "Charlie." She bagged many accolades including the Kerala State Best Actress Award for her performances in the blockbusters.
Kunchacko Boban was last seen in Rosshan Andrrews' thriller "School Bus" and has been garnering positive response from the audience for playing the role of a police officer for the first time in his acting career. Meanwhile, Fahadh is basking in the success of blockbuster "Maheshinte Prathikaram," which has helped the actor to retain a spot at the Kerala box office after a few back-to-back flops.