Fahadh's banner Fahadh Faasil and Friends is jointly producing it with Bhavana Studios and Working Class Hero. The makers shared the title poster on their social media handles.
Fahadh Faasil has donated 10 lakh from the profits of CU Soon to the Film Employees Federation of Kerala (FEFKA).
Jomon T John is director of photography of the film which began shooting in Idukki by following all safety guidelines.
Mahesh Narayanan gives us an idea of the thought processes that went into the making of the screen-based film.
CU Soon is an immersive experience like no other. This is a neatly written and executed film elevated to a great degree by the right cast and the right music composer.
The National Award winner said his constant effort has been to ensure the liberty where he is not stuck in a particular image.
Directed by Mahesh Narayan and starring Fahadh Faasil and Roshan Mathew in lead roles, the movie film was shot completely during the lockdown period.
The project marks his reunion with filmmaker Mahesh Narayan with whom he previously worked on National Award-winning movie 'Take Off'.
As of now, there is no clarity on the shoot plan as the script has Coimbatore and Mumbai as principal locations.
“I used to live on campus and had no access to Indian films then.
One can sense in the film so much anger towards godmen/false prophets, which comes out through the electrifying performance of its leading man.
All we can surmise from the footage is that it’s going to be a stylish and, possibly, trippy ride.
The film, which was sent to the CBFC’s revising committee following a suggestion by the Thiruvananthapuram office to remove a significant portion of the film, has been cleared with a U/A certificate.
As per reports, the film was sent to the censor board’s revising committee in Mumbai after its Thiruvananthapuram office suggested the removal of around 17 minutes of footage.
Cheers pervaded the location, after news of Fahadh winning the national award for his role in ‘Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum’, another Dileesh Pothan film.