Prithviraj Sukumaran, Manju Warrier to star in Malayalam movie 'Kaapa'

The film is reportedly based on the Kerala Anti-social Activities (Prevention) Act, popularly called as KAAPA.

Published: 18th August 2021 12:37 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th August 2021 12:37 PM   |  A+A-

Prithviraj Sukumaran, Manju warrier

Malayalam actors Prithviraj Sukumaran and Manju Warrier (Photos | Facebook, EPS)


MUMBAI: South star Prithviraj Sukumaran on Wednesday announced his latest Malayalam film, "Kaapa", co-starring actor Manju Warrier.

The film will be helmed by cinematographer-turned-director Venu and penned by G R Indugopan, credited with its story, screenplay and dialogues.

Billed as a story of Kerala's capital Thiruvananthapuram, "Kaapa" also stars Asif Ali and Anna Ben.

Taking to Twitter, Prithviraj shared an official announcement teaser of the film and said that he is "privileged" to be a part of it.

"Privileged to be part of 'Kaapa- The Ring of Death!' #FEFKA Writers Union and #TheatreOfDreams Production. A story out of my city Thiruvananthapuram," the 38-year-old actor tweeted.

South superstars Mohanlal and Mammootty launched the motion poster of "Kaapa", which is presented by FEFKA (Film Employees Federation of Kerala) Writers Union.

"Here's the motion poster of 'KAAPA', directed by Venu, starring Prithviraj Sukumaran, Asif Ali, Manju Warrier, and Anna Ben. This is a venture initiated by FEFKA Writers Union and I wish them all the very best," Mammootty and Mohanlal wrote on their respective social media handles.

"Kaapa" is backed by Dolwin Kuriakose, Jinu V Abhraham and Dileesh Nair.

The film is reportedly based on the Kerala Anti-social Activities (Prevention) Act, popularly called as KAAPA.

The film's music will be composed by Justin Varghese.

Prithviraj is currently seen in the Amazon Prime Video thriller "Kuruthi". 

India Matters


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