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Vishnu Unnikrishnan replaced by Dharmajan in Mammootty’s Streetlights

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Vishnu Unnikrishnan replaced by Dharmajan in Mammootty’s Streetlights 

We had recently told you about Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan fame Vishnu Unnikrishnan suffering an accident, while shooting for Mammootty’s upcoming movie Streetlights. Vishnu was shooting in Mattancherry for a stunt sequence when he fell down and injured his right hand. X Ray reports revealed a fracture and the doctors have advised him to take complete rest for three months period.

Vishnu’s co-star from Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan, Dharmajan Bolgatty has replaced him in Streetlights. The actor who started from humble background, was initially a stand up comedian in stage shows. He is now the go-to-choice for directors to play comic roles.

Dharmajan proved his skills as an actor with his praiseworthy performance as Dasappan in Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan.  Apart from the usual humour part, the character had more depth and he delivered a remarkable performance in the movie. He will be next seen in a prominent role in Happy Wedding fame Omar Lulu’s next titled as Chunkzz.

Streetlights marks the directorial debut of renowned cinematographer Shamdat noted for his works in movies like Ritu, Seniors and Oozham. He has also worked with Kamal Hassan in movies like Uttama Villain and the yet to be released Vishwaroopam 2.

Shamdat was also the DOP in Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan. He apparently roped in Vishnu for Streetlights after being impressed with the youngster’s performance. However, the offer has now landed in Dharmajan’s hands. Another actor from the movie, Lijomol Jose is also part of the Mammootty starrer.

Mammootty is playing a police officer in Streetlights, which is touted to be a crime thriller. The movie doesn’t have a heroine as such, as it is a tale of many characters. Other supporting actors include Soubin Shahir, Joy Mathew, Indrans, Sudhi Koppa and Harish Kanaran. The movie is bank rolled by Mammootty’s Playhouse Pictures.

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