Dulquer Salmaan's up coming film's spending will SHOCK you!
Reported By 27 May 2020
On the event of Eid, the creators of Dulquer Salmaan's 'Kurup' discharged the second look banner of the film. Sharing the banner, Dulquer stated, "In a perfect present reality the film would have discharged in theaters everywhere. In any case, surmise we should manage with a banner discharge."
The Srinath Rajendran directorial movie should hit theaters on Eid however due to the coronavirus pestilence, its discharge date has been broadened. Apparently, the film, which is sponsored by Dulquer's home standard Wayfarer Films and M-Star Entertainments, has been made for a spending plan of Rs 35 crore, making it Dulquer's most costly film till date.
With the whole creation process taking to 6 entire months, the group shot in Kerala, Mumbai, Dubai, Mangalore, Mysore, and Ahmedabad for about 105 days. The film is as of now in the after creation stage, while the naming has just been finished.
'Kurup' depends on the genuine story of Sukumara Kurup, the most needed criminal in the historical backdrop of Kerala. Blamed for killing a film agent named Chacko, Sukumara Kurup faked his own demise to guarantee a lot of protection. It is one of the longest unsolved cases in Kerala till date.