The shooting of Kunchacko Boban and Jayasurya's upcoming movie "School Bus," which started on Feb. 10, has been wrapped up, and director Rosshan Andrrews has promised that the film will hit the theatres soon, after completing its post-production work.
The movie, scripted by Bobby and Sanjay, sees Kunchacko playing a police officer for the first time in his acting career spanning 19 years. Jayasurya will be seen as a family man named Jo opposite Aparna Gopinath, and the couple will have two children, played by Master Akash and Baby Anjelina Rosshen.
"School Bus" marks the reunion of Rosshan and Bobby-Sanjay after the Tamil project "36 Vayadhinile," starring Jyothika. The trio had earlier worked together in the movies "Notebook," "Casanovva," "Mumbai Police" and "How Old Are You." Rosshan had earlier worked with Kunchacko in the 2014 blockbuster "How Old Are You," and the upcoming movie is the second outing of the filmmaker with Jayasurya after the 2013 psychological crime thriller "Mumbai Police."
While Gopi Sunder has composed the music, CK Muralidharan has handled the cinematography of "School Bus," which is a production venture of AV Anoop.
Meanwhile, Kunchacko is also awaiting the release of Rishi Sivakumar's debut directorial movie "Valliyum Thetti Pulliyum Thetti," which is poised to hit the screens on April 29.
Check out the posters of the movie "School Bus" here: