The heartthrob of Mollywood Prithviraj Sukumaran is currently working on his bilingual drama Kaduva† The Bro Daddy star has recently been in touch with the media and revealed that he wants to direct a Telugu movie soon in addition to his other work plans.

Revealing more details about his Telugu debut, Prithviraj Sukumaran said, “I’ve already gotten a film from some of the top Tollywood producers, and I’m happy and excited about it. I could be directing a Telugu film to acting soon as well.”

For the inexperienced, the Jana Gana Mana actor made his directorial debut with the 2019 political thriller Lucifer, starring superstar Mohanlal as the lead actor.

Meanwhile, Prithviraj Sukumaran is all set for the release of his upcoming mass entertainer, Kaduva. This highly anticipated drama is expected to hit the big screens on June 30 this year. Filmmaker Shaji Kailas directed the project and the script for Kaduva was written by famed Adam Joan writer Jinu V Abraham.

The film will see Vivek Oberoi as the Deputy Inspector General of Police, James Elias Manjiledathu. He is joined by Samyuktha Menon, Seema, Janardhanan, Priyanka Nair, Sudev Nair, Aju Varghese and Dileesh Pothan, who will play pivotal roles in the film.

Meanwhile, Sujith Vaassudev and Abhinandhan Ramanujam cranked up the lens for Kaduva and Muhammed took over the editing. Jakes Bejoy created the music for the film.

In addition, Prithviraj Sukumaran will also be the forthcoming fantasy drama titled Aadujeevitham. The story of the film is inspired by a novel by the famous writer Benyamin. The film tells of a Najeeb played by Prithviraj Sukumaran, a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, he gets stranded in the middle of a desert and then faces several difficulties. Amala Paul is on board the cast as the lead actress, while Rik Aby will be seen as Jasser and Talib Mohammad will play Senior Arbab.

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