The story of the film Vadakkan will give goosebumps

New Delhi:

Produced by Jaideep Singh and Bhavya Nidhi Sharma, Offbeat Studios' Malayalam production 'Vadakkan' has completed the final schedule. The film has been made in five languages and is set to release in theatres across India. Directed by Sajid A, the story of the film is inspired by Dravidian legends. The film is written by Unni R Kishore and Shruti Menon plays the lead role in the film. "Vadakkan" has the contribution of Oscar winner Resul Pookutty, Japanese photographer Keiko Nakahara and National Award winner Bijibal among others. A thriller that gives goosebumps is being made with such an amazing team.

'Vadakkan' promises to deliver a thrilling and intense cinematic experience, blending supernatural spices with thrilling storylines. The film will take the audience on a fun, thrilling yet scary journey, which is being produced with a lot of thought and all the nuances in mind. Special attention is also being paid to the sound of the film.

Oscar-winning sound designer, Resul Pookutty, who specialises in creating great soundscapes, will keep the audience hooked and immerse them in the world of 'Vadakkan'. Along with the sound design, the music of the film is also going to be amazing. The music of the film is being given by Bijibal, who is known for his extraordinary contribution to the Malayalam film industry. The film's lyrics (Udta Punjab and Manmarziyaan) have been co-written by rapper MC Cooper and state award-winning lyricist Hari Narayan.

Directed by Sajid A, 'Vadakkan' features veteran actors like Kishore and Shruti Menon, whose performances will leave the audience spellbound. The film's cinematography is by Keiko Nakahara, who contributes well to bringing Dravidian legends to the screen in a goosebumpy style. The film has benefited immensely from the extraordinary talent of renowned Japanese photographer Keiko Nakahara, whose expertise in capturing mesmerizing scenes adds another layer of talent to 'Vadakkan'. After working in famous films like Mary Kom and Shakuntala Devi, Keiko has executed another challenging task. It also uses challenging infra-red lighting. For the first time in India, this new vision aims to create challenging and realistic horror scenes, so that the scenes of the film can be taken to new heights.

Taking the audience on a visual journey, the film was shot at various locations including Kerala, Finland (to show winter scenes), and ended in Mumbai. This geographical expanse contributes well to the rich and spectacular photography of the film. With the completion of the shooting of the film, the expectations about 'Vadakkan' have reached a high level. When the film hits the theatres, the audience can expect a fun and scary cinematic experience.