Prashanth Vijay’s ‘Athisayangalude Venal’ heads to London
Reported By 16 Feb 2018
Prashanth Vijay’s directorial venture ‘Athishayangalude Venal’ has been chosen for 20th UK-Asian film festival. This will be the first international screening of the film that was noticeable during IFFK and Mumbai film festival.
In London, the film will be first screened at the historical Regent Street Cinema, known as the birth place of British Cinema.
The gist of the film is the urge of a nine-year-old to become invisible and his attempts to achieve that power.
Fresh face and child actor Chandrakiran is doing the central character. He is the fifth standard student of Thiruvananthapuram Arya Central School.
Reina Mariya, Arya Manikanton and Jeeth Minifence are playing other important characters. “Athishayangalude Venal is Prashanth Vijay’s first film. Nikhil Narendran is the producer. Aneesh Pallyal and the director have co-scripted the film. Music has been handled by Basil C J. Cinematographers of the film are Amit Surendran and Uday Thankavel.