Director Rosshan Andrews has started the shooting of his upcoming Malayalam movie "School Bus" in Kochi on Wednesday, Feb. 10. The movie has Kunchacko Boban, Jayasurya, Aparna Gopinath and two child artistes in important roles.
"My next movie. Starts on Feb 10th. Need all your supports and prayers," wrote Rosshan on his Facebook page.
The makers have also released the first-look poster of Kunchacko, who plays the role of a police officer in the movie, which is being scripted by Bobby and Sanjay. It is Rosshan and Bobby-Sanjay's sixth project together after "Notebook," "Casanovva," "Mumbai Police," "How Old Are You" and "36 Vayadhinile." The movie also marks the comeback of the team with Kunchacko after the 2014 blockbuster film "How Old Are You" and is also the second outing of them with Jayasurya after the psychological crime thriller "Mumbai Police," released in 2013.
"School Bus" is being produced by AV Anoop and the cinematography is handled by CK Muralidharan. Apart from "School Bus," Rosshan has also announced a Prithviraj Sukumaran project named "Naale Ravile" with Bobby and Sanjay. Sources from the industry claim that the Prithviraj starrer will go on floors only when the makers complete the shooting of "School Bus."
Meanwhile, Kunchacko Boban is waiting for the release of Rajesh Pillai's psychological thriller "Vettah" opposite Manju Warrier, and will be next seen in Rishi Sivakumar's "Valliyum Thetti Pulliyum Thetti" opposite Shamili and Boban Samuel's fourth outing with Jayasurya and Amala Paul.
Jayasurya will soon join the sets of Ranjith Sankar's upcoming horror comedy film "Pretham." He also has Antony Sony's next with Manju Warrier and the sequel of "Aadu Oru Bheekara Jeeviyanu" in his kitty.
Check out the first-look posters of "School Bus" below: