After Uncle, Joy Mathew to script a movie with Vineeth Sreenivasan in the lead
Vineeth Sreenivasan, of late has been concentrating more on his acting. He has already had two releases this year and has two other films in the pipeline. Now, the multi-talented Vineeth has signed for yet another film. Actor-turned-scenarist Joy Mathew is scripting and Thomas Sebastian will be directing this movie.
Joy Mathew’s debut film as a scenarist was Shutter, released in 2012. The movie was widely appreciated and was screened at several film festivals. It was later remade in all major Indian languages including Marathi, Tamil, Tulu, Telugu, Punjabi and Kannada.
Vineeth Sreenivasan’s movie will be Joy Mathew’s third outing as a scriptwriter. His next is Uncle starring Mammootty in the lead. Shoot for the movie directed by debutant Gireesh Damodar was wrapped up recently.
Joy Mathew will now be focusing on Vineeth’s film, which has not yet been titled. All of his scripts, including Uncle, have been socially relevant ones. So his upcoming film with Vineeth Sreenivasan is also expected to be on similar lines.
Interestingly, director Thomas Sebastian’s recent outing Goodalochana had Vineeth’s brother Dhyan in the lead. The movie was released yesterday (November 3) and has been getting mixed reviews from the critics.
Vineeth’s next release will be Aana Alaralodalaral directed by debutant Dileep Menon. As the name suggests, an elephant is playing a major part in this movie. For this movie, Vineeth is sporting a new look for his character named Hashim Jamaluddin. Aana Alaralodalaral is slated to hit screens by the end of this year.