The shooting of the upcoming movie "Aadu Oru Bheegara Jeeviyanu" is progressing at a brisk pace in the high ranges of Idukki. The film, which is directed by Midhun Samuel Thomas, was earlier rumoured to have Honey Rose in the lead but the director has clarified that Srinda will be playing a pivotal role in the movie.
"We haven't roped Honey for the role. Infact, the basic plot revolves around a female goat pinky and she will play the female lead. But yes, Srinda will play the key role in the movie," said Midhun to The Times of India
Meanwhile, Srinda is currently busy with shooting "Chirakodinja Kinavukal" which stars Kunchacko Boban and Rima Kallingal in the lead. This upcoming movie is directed by debutant Santhosh Vishwanthan and is said to be an out and out entertainer, reportedly inspired by the character Ambujakshan in the 1996 film "Azhakiya Ravanan".
Srinda, who made an impressive debut in the 2012 movie "22 Female Kottayam", later went on to do character roles in films like "Annayum Rasoolum", "Artist", "North 24 Kaatham", "1983", "Manglish", "Homely Meals" and "Tamaar Padaar". She has now turned in to one of the most sought after upcoming actresses in the industry.
"Aadu Oru Bheegara Jeeviyanu", is a satirical comedy, with Jayasurya in the lead. The script has been done by director Midhun, who had earlier written the super hit film "Om Shanti Oshana".
As the title suggests, the story revolves around a goat and will see Jayasurya in the role of Shaji Pappan, captain of a tug-of-war team. The film tells the story of his team. Vijay Babu will be seen as a police officer in the film.
This upcoming flick is produced by Vijay and Sandra Thomas under the banner of Friday Film House. The production company's last film with Jayasurya was "Philips and the Monkey Pen" (2013) directed by Rojin Thomas and Shanil Muhammed.
The film also has Renji Panicker, Aju Varghese, Sudhi Kopa, Bhagath Manuel, Saiju Kurup, Vinayakan, Chemban Vinod and some fresh talent.
The cinematography is by Vishnu Sharma and the music will be composed by Shaan Rahman.