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Unlocking the Mystery: Manju Warrier’s ‘Footage’ Reveals Its Striking First Look Poster

Unlocking the Mystery: Manju Warrier’s ‘Footage’ Reveals Its Striking First Look Poster

The anticipation surrounding Mollywood Editor Saiju Sreedharan’s directorial debut, ‘Footage,’ has reached a new high with the release of its captivating first-look poster. The visually stunning poster has taken the digital realm by storm, creating waves across social media platforms.

Set to feature powerhouse performances by Manju Warrier, Visakh Nair, and Gayathri Ashok in the lead roles, ‘Footage’ promises to be a cinematic masterpiece. Director Saiju, who co-scripted the film with Shabna Mohammed, the creative mind behind Vaanku’s screenplay, has also showcased his editing prowess in this venture.

Bineesh Chandran and Saiju Sreedharan have collaborated as producers under the banners of Movie Bucket, Cast n’ Co Entertainment, and Pale Blue Dot Pictures. Renowned director Martin Prakkat presents the film in Kerala through his production banner, Martin Prakkat Films. The first poster of the movie comes with an intriguing tagline, “Behind every door is a world beyond your wildest imagination.”

What sets ‘Footage’ apart is the innovative use of the Found Footage-making style, a first in Mollywood. The film’s ensemble cast, including the legendary Mammukkoya and Nanjiamma, adds to the excitement. The music and background score, composed by the talented Sushin Shyam, promises to elevate the viewing experience.

Saiju Sreedharan, renowned for his editing skills in blockbuster films like ‘Ancham Pathira,’ ‘Kumbalangi Nights,’ and ‘Maheshinte Prathikaram,’ also edited the recently released ‘Anweshippin Kandethum,’ starring Tovino Thomas.

As the first look poster of ‘Footage’ takes the internet by storm, cinephiles eagerly await the unraveling of this cinematic mystery, ready to explore the uncharted territories that lie beyond each door. Stay tuned for updates as ‘Footage’ promises to redefine the boundaries of imagination in the world of Mollywood cinema.

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