Malayalam film ‘Vellaripattanam’ by which Manju Warrier essays the position of a panchayat member is all set to hit the large screens. Soubin Shahir too could be enjoying a pivotal position on this political drama. Apparently, through the costume discussions of this film, the makers have been sceptical about whether or not a female panchayat member ought to solely be seen in saris. Within the film, Manju performs the position of KP Sunanda, a vibrant panchayat member. Lastly, Manju, costume designer Sameera Saneesh and director Mahesh Vettiyar determined to interrupt the costume stereotypes of female politicians.
“After watching the teasers and stills of ‘Vellaripattanam’, many requested me why my character was not carrying a sari, regardless of being a politician. I actually like carrying a sari. In truth, I received plenty of compliments once I just lately posted a image carrying a sari. Nevertheless, Sunanda is completely different from different politicians. So, her perspective in direction of dressing too ought to be completely different. Sameera has designed the costume maintaining this in thoughts,” says Manju.
Sunanda who doesn’t always wear a sari prefers carrying snug t-shirts and frocks at dwelling as an alternative of nighties. She needs to face out in all places. So, the stylist and costume designer tried to create a distinctive model assertion for Sunanda within the film.
Launch on 24 March
‘Vellaripattanam’ is slated to hit the screens on 24 March. The film boasts of an ensemble forged of Salim Kumar, Suresh Krishna, Krishna Sankar, Sabareesh Varma, Abirami Bhargavan, Kottayam Ramesh, Mala Parvathy, Veena Nair and Pramod Veliyanad. The screenplay is penned collectively by Sharat Krishna and director Mahesh Vettiyar. Alex J Pulikkal cranks the digicam whereas enhancing is by Appu N Bhattathiri. The songs penned by Madhu Vasudevan and Vinayak Shashikumar are composed by Sachin Sankar Mannath.