First-look poster of Mohanlal’s ‘L2: Empuraan’ released

In the first-look poster, Mohanlal is seen wielding a gun in chaotic environs with helicopters and fire surrounding him.

BySouth First Desk

Published Nov 11, 2023 | 5:43 PM Updated Nov 11, 2023 | 5:43 PM

First look poster of the film 'Empuraan'

Prithviraj Sukumaran’s third directorial venture L2: Empuraan is in its making.

A few days ago, the picture of the film crew doing location recce in the UK went viral on social media.

Some parts of the movie were shot in Delhi and Kashmir recently.

On Saturday, 11 November, the project was in the news again after the makers shared the first-look poster of the much-anticipated movie.

Mohanlal, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and the other cast and crew of L2: Empuraan shared the first-look poster on their social media handles. 

In the first-look poster, Mohanlal is seen wielding a gun in chaotic environs with helicopters and fire surrounding him, giving a hint that the movie is an action thriller.

Related: Empuraan crew in the UK for location hunt

Mohanlal’s most-anticipated movie

The shooting of Empuraan started in early October. It will be jointly produced by Aashirvad Cinemas and Lyca Productions.

It will simultaneously be released in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Hindi. 

L2: Empuraan, a sequel to Mohanlal’s blockbuster movie Lucifer, was announced in August last year.

L2: Empuraan is the most anticipated project of Mohanlal as Lucifer was a mega-hit and shattered the collections by becoming the first Malayalam movie to collect ₹200 crore. Lucifer was produced by Aashirwad Productions and helmed by director Antony Perumbavoor, a close associate of Mohanlal.

Mohanlal’s upcoming movie Neru, a courtroom drama, will be released on 21 December as a Christmas gift.

His next with Lijo Jose Pellissery, Malaikottai Vaaliban, is hitting the marquee on 25 January.

His directorial debut Barroz will be released on 28 March. 

Mohanlal will be next seen in Rambaan directed by veteran director Joshiy. The shooting of the movie will start next year.

He is also a part of non-Malayalam films like Vuishabha and Kannappa. Both are pan-Indian projects.

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