Nitya Menen’s Kolaambi Movie News and Updates, Story, Trailer, Release Info
Kolaambi is touted as a family drama starring Renji Panicker, Nithya Menen, Rohini Mollatti, Dileesh Pothan, Aristo Suresh, G Suresh Kumar, the late P Balachandran, Baiju, Vijay Yesudas, Manju Pillai, Sidharth Menon, and others. The cinematography of the film is done by Ravi Varman. Sabu Cyril is also handling the production design. Along with the director, prominent journalist Dr. KM Venugopal has written the script of the film. Music by Ramesh Narayanan, Sound by Rasul Pookkutty. Here get the details about Kolaambi movie news and updates.
Kolaambi Movie Trailer
TheThe trailer of director TK Rajeevkumar’s ‘Kolambi’ starring Nithya Menon in the lead role has been released. The film will hit the theaters on April 7. Nithya Menon and Ranji Panicker are playing the lead characters in the film. The film won national and state awards before its release. Nithya Menon will be acting again in TK Rajeev Kumar’s film after the film ‘Avlaam Oru Nagarika’. Also ‘Columbi’ is Rajeev Kumar’s 25th film. Columbi is geared towards international audiences and fairs.
The two-minute, 31-second clip does promise to be a feel-good entertainer filled with nostalgia. So much so that even the distinctive aspect ratio of the trailer feels like a throwback to older times before widescreen films became a norm. The naturalistic tone of the film is complemented by a series of classical songs underlining the feel-good aspect of the film, which is directed by T K Rajeev Kumar. In 2011, the actor-director duo collaborated for Thalsamayam Oru Penkutty, which became a critical and commercial success.
The trailer suggests that the film centers on a heart-warming relationship of an old couple (Rohini and Renji Panicker) who live in a house filled with vintage microphones. It is also about a charming and young girl, played by Nithya, who seems to follow the couple very closely.
Acclaimed technicians such as Oscar-winning sound engineer Resul Pookutty and cinematographer Ravi Varman have worked on the film, which was apparently made specifically for an international audience at film festivals. The filmmakers, however, are eyeing a commercial release in July.