Malayalam actor Jayasurya's "Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam" is all set to hit screens in Kerala on Friday, 20 November.
The film, directed by Ranjith Sankar, has been in the news ever since it went on floors. Ranjith and Abhayakumar have written the screenplay and the story is by Sudheendran Avittathoor. While Santhosh Varma has penned the lyrics, Bijibal has composed the background score and music.
"Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam", produced by Jayasurya and Ranjith under the banner of Dreams and Beyond, will lock horns with Kunchacko Boban-Asif Ali's "Rajamma at Yahoo" and anthology film "Aana Mayil Ottakam" at the Kerala box office.
Five reasons to watch "Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam"
The film tells the story of a real life stammerer Sudhi, who is working in Infosys in Bengaluru and a close friend of director Ranjith Sankar. Jayasurya plays the stammerer in the movie. The struggles he faces in life forms the theme. Unlike his previous Mammootty starrer "Varsham", the director has promised that the film will be "2 hours and 11 minutes of happiness."
"Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam" is the second outing of the actor-director duo after their hit comedy film "Punyalan Agarbathis". The success of their previous film has already raised expectations for the upcoming film. Also, Ranjith has already proved his talent in "Varsham" and "Passenger".
Jayasurya is known for taking up challenging roles and his performance in "Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam" is considered as his career-best role. The director had earlier said that the only condition he put forward to Jayasurya was to keep himself free for 40 days before the shooting of the film as the character he portrays needed a lot of homework. With the positive nature of the film, the dedicated actor is sure to make viewers feel happy once they leave theatres after watching "Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam".
The film has two heroines -- Swathy Narayanan and Shivada Nair. It also has an ensemble cast that includes Aju Varghese, Mukesh, KPAC Lalitha and Sunil Sukhada in significant roles. While Mukesh will be seen as Mukesh, director Ranjith appears in a cameo role as himself. Jayasurya's son Advaith and Ranjith's daughter Tara also play pivotal roles in the film.
The film's trailer has already been viewed by more than one lakh social media users and P Jayachandran's "Ente Janalarikil" song has already become a hit.