- The trailer was scheduled to launch on Monday
- The makers unveiled it early after it was reportedly leaked
- Drishyam 2 will premiere on Prime Video on February 19
The trailer of Mohanlal’s much-anticipated Malayalam movie Drishyam 2 dropped on the Web on Saturday and it guarantees thriller, drama and suspense. The trailer was scheduled to launch on Monday but the makers unveiled it early after it was reportedly leaked. Within the sequel to Mohanlal’s 2013 hit Drishyam, which additionally starred Meena, Ansiba and Esther Anil, the 60-year-old actor reprises his function as George Kutty, whose previous comes again to hang-out him. Within the first half, George Kutty had tricked the police after his daughter (Ansiba) unintentionally kills the villainous son of a cop (Asha Sharath). The trailer begins from the place the primary movie ended. It exhibits George Kutty and his household making an attempt to stay regular lives after the dreadful incident. George, a fan of flicks, now owns a theatre and runs it efficiently.
Nevertheless, his life takes a U-turn after a brand new Circle Inspector arrives of their city and opens the investigation into the homicide of the cop’s son.
Drishyam 2 is written and directed by Jeethu Joseph, who additionally helmed the primary half. The sequel will premiere on Prime Video on February 19.
Watch the trailer of Drishyam 2 right here:
Drishyam 2 additionally stars Siddique, Murali Gopy and Saikumar. On Friday, Mohanlal took to Twitter to announce that his movie will launch on an OTT platform. Sharing a brand new poster from the movie, he wrote: “The thriller continues…#Drishyam2Trailer out on February 8!”
The thriller continues… #Drishyam2Trailer out on Feb 8!#Drishyam2OnPrime coming quickly, @PrimeVideoIN.#MeenaSagar#JeethuJoseph@antonypbvr@aashirvadcine@drishyam2movie#SatheeshKuruppic.twitter.com/qNiNZ93tRJ
— Mohanlal (@Mohanlal) February 5, 2021
2013’s Drishyam was remade in a number of different languages. A Hindi model of the identical identify starring Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Shriya Saran launched in 2015. Kamal Haasan featured within the Tamil remake that was titled Papanasam.