Kunchacko Boban, Manju Warrier and Indrajith Sukumaran's psychological drama "Vettah," directed by Rajesh Raman Pillai, is all set to hit the theatres on Friday, Feb. 26.
The movie, which has got a clear U certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification, is one of the most anticipated flicks of the year as Manju does the role of a police officer for the first time in her acting career. "Vettah" has been scripted by Arunlal Ramachandran and Anish Lal R handled the cinematography of the movie.
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The fact that "Vettah" is the directorial venture of Rajesh Raman Pillai is the USP of the movie as the filmmaker has already proved his talent with the movies "Traffic" and "Mili," which still remains in the mind of the audience. The upcoming thriller is also expected to repeat the success of his previous movies.
"Vettah" is said to be a psychological thriller, a genre that is not very familiar for the Kerala audience. Therefore, the movie is expected to make a mark following the steps of "Traffic" and "Mili." "Rajesh as a director always tries to given an emotional angle to his thriller movies and I believe he has given importance to feelings and emotions in 'Vettah' as well," said Kunchacko Boban, while sharing his experience in working in the movie.
Manju made her comeback to acting through Rosshan Andrews' "Home Old Are You" after a gap of 14 years and most of the characters she did was of a home-maker. Through "Vettah," the actress is all set to shine as a cop, and the audience have been eagerly awaiting to see her performance as Sreebala IPS in the psychological thriller.
Kunchacko plays a mysterious character named Melvin in the movie. He has claimed that the movie is very thrilling and that the audience will never get a chance to even check their mobile phone while watching the movie. He has also hinted that the mystery will haunt the minds of the audience throughout the movie. Indrajith has shined as a police officer many times before and he will be seen as ACP Sailex Abraham in the movie. "Vettah" also has Bhama, Vijayaraghavan, Prem Prakash, Deepak Parambol and Rony David Raj in pivotal roles.
Singer Shan Johnson's last movie
Shan Johnson, daughter of late musician Johnson Master, has penned the Hindi lyrics of the song "Raavumaayave" for "Vettah." This was her last song for a Malayalam movie and had shared her excitement in working with Shaan Rahman just a day before her death. "Yet another beautiful song by Shaan Rahman for which i had the opportunity to pen few lines in Hindi.... It's for the upcoming Malayalam film 'Vettah' starring Kunchacko Boban and Manju Warrier," wrote Shan while sharing the song on her Facebook page. The song has already become popular and Shaan's intense background music is also expected to do wonders with the emotions of the thriller.
Watch the teaser of "Vettah" here: