Prithviraj Sukumaran is thrilled about the release of his second directorial film, Bro Daddy


Prithviraj Sukumaran is excited with regard to the arrival of his second directorial project, Bro Daddy. Taking to Instagram, he talked about being an accidental director and making a film with a huge cast. Prithviraj Sukumaran‘s, Bro Daddy, will release on Disney+ Hotstar on January 26.Bro Daddy -Prithviraj and Mohanlal

Prithviraj Sukumaran made his first time at the direction with Mohanlal’s Lucifer. His subsequent project named, Bro Daddy, is good to go to release on Disney+ Hotstar on January 26. Hours in front of the movie’s release, Prithviraj shared a poster of Bro Daddy on Instagram and called himself an accidental director. In his post, he talked with regards to making a film with Mohanlal and a group cast, how he prepared himself for Bro Daddy, among other topics.

Kalyani with Prithviraj in Bro Daddy
Kalyani with Prithviraj in Bro Daddy

Prithviraj and Mohanlal rejoined indeed for Bro Daddy after their effective first coordinated effort, Lucifer. The shooting of the film was initiated in 2021 in Hyderabad during the Covid-19 pandemic. Brother Daddy is a slice-of-drama centered around a family.

In front of the movie’s release, Prithviraj stated, “In more ways than one, I’m an accidental director. Although I’ve always wanted to make my own films, my debut directorial happened because #MuraliGopy thought I should helm #Lucifer. He believed in me before anyone else. Much the same way, #Sreejith and #Bibin came to me with the script of #BroDaddy through our mutual friend #VivekRamadevan. I’m still not sure why they thought I’d be the right person to come to for this project, but I’m glad they did! (sic).”

He then, at that point, talked with regards to how Bro Daddy is different from Lucifer.”As a film, #BroDaddy is as different as anything can be from #Lucifer and that’s what made me want to direct it. It needed me to rethink completely and attempt a language of filmmaking that will be far far away from #Lucifer or #Empuraan. As always, I thought it was a very exciting risk to take, and I did! (sic),”

Here is his post:

Prithviraj then, at that point, said thanks to entertainer Mohanlal and maker Antony Perumbavoor for having faith in him. He also expressed gratitude toward the cast and team. The Kuruthi actor asked to watch Bro Daddy with their relatives or friends.

Brother Daddy is a satire show directed by Prithviraj Sukumaran and produced by Antony Perumbavoor. The film’s screenplay is composed by Sreejith N and Bibin Malliekal. The film stars Mohanlal, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Unni Mukundan, Meena, Kalyani Priyadarshan, Lalu Alex, Kaniha, Soubin Shahir and Mallika Sukumaran in key jobs.