Watch: Sneak-peek of Prithviraj Sukumaran’s ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ will leave us mighty impressed

Prithviraj looks intense in his role in ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ and teaser has now created high expectations on the film.

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Watch: Sneak-peek of Prithviraj Sukumaran's 'Ranam - Detroit Crossing' will leave us mighty impressed

Malayalam top actor Prithviraj Sukumaran will next be seen in a film titled ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ which is shot completely in the US. Directed by Nirmal Sahadev, ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ is said to be a thriller and will have Prithviraj Sukumaran playing a man who is seeking a revenge. ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ also stars Isha Talwar in an important role. The makers gave us a sneak peek into the film by releasing a teaser of ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ which is quite impressive. Prithviraj Sukumaran released the teaser on his social networking page on Sunday and the teaser clearly indicates what kind of a thriller the film is going to be. Prithviraj looks quite intense in his role in ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ and teaser has now created high expectations on the film. Watch the sneak peek of ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ starring Prithviraj Sukumaran:

Isha Talwar will be seen playing an important role in ‘Ranam – Detroit Crossing’ and the actress recently had said that she is quite excited acting alongside Prithviraj Sukumaran. “From helping me with my lines to remembering everyone’s lines on the sets. He brings a lot to the table as an actor. He definitely breathes life into all his characters. I would stay back on the set sometimes just to watch him perform,” Isha had said recently.

Isha plays a mother to a sixteen-year-old teenager, sharing her experience about that, she says,”As an actor, observation is key. Thankfully, I’ve watched a child grow up in my house and that came to my rescue in a big way. I think all the maternal instincts came alive for this one and I had a blast being a mommy on screen.” Adding to her experience was spending time with everyone in the U.S, she says, “We shot with an extremely small crew and often joked that we felt like we were doing a student film but that was the best part about it. I also managed to take some time out for just chilling on the streets, swinging by Spanish festivals in between work. Also, we celebrated Onam with the crew in the US and had the traditional Sadhya which was quite fun.”

    Anonymous

    Fantastic Teaser!! Can’t wait for full trailer

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