Mohanlal and Prithviraj Sukumaran’s upcoming movie, “Empuraan,” began its serious set construction work recently, marking the next phase of the film after the completion of its initial schedule. The film is set to be shot in Chennai for its second schedule.
Prithviraj, the director of the movie, shared details about the film’s progress on social media. He mentioned that the team has started the construction work for the next set and provided insights into the upcoming scenes. The production team initiated the set construction with a ceremonial puja.
The movie, set to be a grand venture, is expected to have its next schedule in the coming year. Prithviraj Sukumaran and the production team shared updates about the film’s second schedule, indicating that the film will feature significant portions shot abroad. The international shooting is scheduled to begin after the completion of the current set work in Chennai.
Prithviraj Sukumaran, the director, and the production team have been actively engaging with the audience through social media, sharing updates on the film’s progress. The film, with a massive budget, is expected to be one of the most significant projects in Malayalam cinema. The movie is set to be released in 2025, and the team is working on creating a cinematic experience that surpasses previous benchmarks.
“Empuraan” is the second part of a film series, with the first part being “Lucifer,” which was a massive success both critically and commercially. The cast includes Mohanlal, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Tovino Thomas, Manju Warrier, Shashi Kapoor, Indrajith, Baiju Santhosh, and many other prominent actors. The film is expected to be released in multiple languages, including Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.
The movie’s budget, estimated at 400 crores, has raised high expectations among the audience, making it one of the most anticipated films in the Malayalam film industry. The film is set to be a milestone in Mohanlal’s illustrious career, and the team is putting in significant efforts to deliver a cinematic masterpiece.