Bhavana to be seen next in 'Adam'

Director Jinu Abraham has confirmed the news.

Published: 22nd February 2017 05:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd February 2017 08:34 PM   |  A+A-

Actress Bhavana | File photo

By Express News Service

Director Jinu Abraham has confirmed that Bhavana would be joining the crew of his next directorial ‘Adam’ shortly. Bhavana, who’s making a strong statement by agreeing to work in the film, would be sharing screen space with Prithviraj.


It was reported that the actress was hesitant to commit to the film initially, but with the support of friends and others in the film fraternity, she has decided to sign the film.

This is Jinu's debut venture. He had previously done the screenplay for the Johny Antony directorial ‘Masters’ that had Prithviraj and Sasikumar in the lead.

Prithviraj and Bhavana will once again be seen togther after their previous outing ‘Ivide’ directed by Shyamaprasad.

Prithviraj will be playing the title character Adam John Pothan, a planter from Pala. Reports also state that actor Narain will also be seen in the breezy romantic entertainer.

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