No hero, heroine in Sunil Ibrahim's 'Chapters'

Thiruvananthapuram, Dec 4 (IANS) Ad filmmaker Sunil Ibraham is ready to release his new film "Chapters", which interestingly has as many as 20 characters. And there is no one who plays the lead role.

The film gives equal preference to each character.

Nivin Pauly plays a villager, who dreams of a Gulf job and actress Gauthami essays the character of an engineering student, who struggles to fit among the friends in the city.

Sreenivasan and K.P.A.C.Lalitha also have prominent roles in this movie.

Other cast members include Hemanth, Rejath Menon, Vineeth Kumar, Dharmajan, Aju Varghese, Riya Saira and Lena. Krish Kaimal is the cinematographer for "Chapters", which will hit theatres soon.

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Naren scripting bilingual movie

Actor Naren is scripting a Tamil-Telugu movie, which will be directed by Vasan. The movie will go on floors by March.

The bilingual film is a commercial entertainer in which Naren will also play the lead role. His recent Malayalam movie with Lal Jose, "Ayalum Njanum Thammil", is creating waves in Kerala.

The actor will next be seen in a cameo in "Kammath & Kammath". Other films in his kitty are Sugeeth Wilson's "Three Dots", "EMSum Penkuttiyum", "Red Rain" and "Aaru Sundharimarude Katha".

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Deepu Anthika to direct 'Lucky Stars'

Noted director Sathyan Anthikad's nephew Deepu Anthikad is wielding the megaphone for comedy film "Lucky Stars". Deepu has also written the script of the film.

The film revolves around a young couple, in search of minting instant money. Deepu says he often asks for suggestions from his uncle Sathyan and also seeks his tips to improvise on scripts.

Jayaram and Rachana Narayanan Kutty play the young couple in the movie, being produced by Galaxy Films.

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