Prakash Raj’s look as Dr Inayat Khan in Prithviraj Sukumaran’s NINE is intriguing

Prakash Raj has worked with Prithviraj Sukumaran in the past in many films including the Tamil film Mozhi directed by Radha Mohan.

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Prakash Raj’s look as Dr Inayat Khan in Prithviraj Sukumaran’s NINE is intriguing

Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran is venturing into production for the first time with a film titled Nine which is being directed by Jenuse Mohamed. Said to be an intense thriller, Nine stars Prithviraj in the lead role while Wamiqa Gabbi of Godha fame will be seen playing the female lead role. And the latest actor to join the cast of Nine is veteran actor Prakash Raj. The senior actor plays a role called Dr Inayat Khan and the makers have now revealed the look from the film which is quite intriguing. Prithviraj Sukumaran, a day go, took to his social networking pages and unveiled the poster of Prakash Raj’s look from the film. Nine is being produced by Prithviraj jointly with Sony Pictures India and will the top production house’s first film in Malayalam.

Prakash Raj has worked with Prithviraj Sukumaran in the past in many films including the Tamil film Mozhi directed by Radha Mohan. The two actors have worked in Malayalam films like Anwar. And with the two actors joining hands again after a long time, excitement around the film Nine is quite high. Prithviraj Sukumaran

Prithviraj Sukumaran had recently announced that he is now getting into production and would soon begin his maiden film as a producer. The actor had named his production house Prithviraj Productions. And making the announcement official, Prithviraj Sukumaran had taken to social media and confirmed that he would be joining hands with worlds renowned production house, Sony Pictures, for his maiden production in Malayalam cinema. Prithviraj even confirmed that soon an announcement would be made about the first film of their collaboration with Sony Pictures. 9 will be the first movie for the collaboration.

It started with what I thought was a casual conversation over coffee with Vivek Krishnani, MD, Sony Pictures India. I was trying to convince him that if ideas that would make entertaining films and yet stay away from conventions were what they were looking for, then Malayalam cinema is the place to be,” Prithviraj Sukumaran had written in a detailed post on his Twitter handle.

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