The Untold Story Behind Papa Movie Jaw-Dropping Twist

Papa’s first film to be shot entirely in New Zealand in theatres. New Zealand Malayali Shibu Andrews wrote the story, cinematography, and direction of this film will hit the theaters on May 26. This film presents the life story of New Zealand Malayalees. Papa is the new film by Shibu Andrews, who previously directed and handled the cinematography of the New Zealand film Hundrut and worked as the cameraman for Rajeev Anchal’s documentary on Jatayupara. Vinosh Kumar Maheshwaran is producing the film for Golden Age Films and Winwin Entertainment.

Anil Anto, who played the lead role in films like Dulquer’s Second Show, Mammootty’s Emmanuel, RJ Madonna, and Others, is playing the lead role in Papa. Sharol also comes as the heroine. Papa tells the story of a Malayali family in New Zealand. A family consisting of a father, a mother, and a daughter. Theirs was a very happy family life. Suddenly one day papa and Mummy were left alone and their golden daughter went and hid somewhere. With that, darkness filled the life of the young couple. Where did their beloved child go and hide? The story is finally coming to an end. They are drowned in the past of painful pains and sinful feelings. Director Shibu Andrews believes that the film Papa will become a big hit for Malayalees who value personal relationships. Good songs and different presentations will make the film Papa a new experience. Vinosh Kumar Maheshwaran is producing for Golden Age Films and Winwin Entertainment. Screenplay, Dialogues by Arundhati Nair, Songs by Engandyur Chandrasekaran, Divyasree Nair, Music by Jayesh Stephen, Singing by Sithara, Naresh Iyer, Naiga Sanu, Editing and Coloring by Nobin Thomas, Associate Director Jeevan George, Production Controller Aneeja George, Still Ravi Shankar Venugopal, Saneesh Thomas, Sukesh Bhadran, Poster Design OC Raju, PRO Aymanam Sajan. Anil Anto, Sharol, Vinosh Kumar, and Naiga Sanu also star along with English stars. The film will hit the Kripa Nidhi Cinemas theater on May 26.