Trailer of Vineeth Sreenivasan’s ‘Varshangalkku Shesham’ out

Pranav Mohanlal and Dhyan Sreenivasan seem to have shared good onscreen chemistry in the film.

BySouth First Desk

Published Mar 21, 2024 | 6:19 PMUpdatedMar 21, 2024 | 6:26 PM

Vineeth Sreenivasan's 'Varshangalkku Shesham' trailer out

The trailer of Vineeth Sreenivasan’s upcoming directorial Varshangalkku Shesham (After Many Years) has been released.

On Thursday, 21 March, Superstar Mohanlal launched the trailer.

According to the trailer, Varshangalkku Shesham is the emotional journey of two friends (played by Pranav Mohanlal and Dhyan Sreenivasan) and is set in the 1980s.

With dreams in their eyes to become filmmakers, they visit Chennai. One of them succeeds in realising his dream and reaches new heights, while the other hits rock bottom.

What happens next and how their lives are intertwined form the crux of the flick.

Pranav Mohanlal and Dhyan Sreenivasan share good onscreen chemistry in the movie, as can be perceived from their scenes.

The much-awaited Malayalam film raised curiosity among moviegoers after the launch of the teaser.

Superstar Mohanlal launched the teaser on 13 February.

The teaser introduced a handful of characters in two different looks.

The makers released “Madhu Pakaroo” song, Pranav Mohanlal was seen pining for wine. The song received a good reception on social media. Director Vineeth Sreenivasan penned the lyrics and sang it too.

Amrith Ramanath composed the music.

Nivin Pauly is doing an extended cameo in the movie.

Earlier, the makers unveiled the looks of Dhyan Sreenivasan and Aju Varghese for their birthdays.

The film was shot in 40 days in over 50 locations with around 132 artistes, 1,000 co-artistes, and a 200-member crew. 

Varshangalku Sesham will join Aavesham and Jai Ganesh at the box office on 11 April.

It marks the reunion of Vineeth and Hridayam actors Pranav Mohanlal and Kalyani Priyadarshan.

It is produced by Visakh Subramaniam, who earlier collaborated with Vineeth for Hridayam.

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