Watch Trailer: Arvind Swami as a single father in ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ will leave us asking for more

Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ is a remake of the 2015 Malayalam hit film, Bhaskar The Rascal, which starred Mammootty and Nayanthara in the lead roles and was also directed by Siddique.

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Actor Arvind Swami has an interesting flick up his leave which is titled ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ written and directed by Siddique. ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ will have Arvind Swami sporting a look which he has never sported in his career so far. Besides Arvind Swami, ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ also stars Amala Paul in the other lead role making it first time for the actress to star alongside the ‘Roja’ actor. ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ is a remake of the 2015 Malayalam hit film, Bhaskar The Rascal, which starred Mammootty and Nayanthara in the lead roles and was also directed by Siddique. The makers have now released the trailer of ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ which gives us a glimpse of Arvind Swami’s character which seems to be an unrestrained single father. Short-tempered and unruly, Arvind Swami makes quite an impact in his role.

Amala Paul looks pretty in her role in ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ and carries it off with ease. Reprising the role played Nayanthara in the Malayalam original, Amala Paul seems to have approached the role in her own way and looks impressive in it. Child artist Nainika as Arvind Sami’s daughter in ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ seems very impressive and has an appealing presence onscreen. Besides Arvind Swami and Amala Paul, ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ also stars Soori, Robo Shankar, Nasser, Nikesha Patel and N.S.Ramesh Kanna in important roles. Bollywood actor Aftab Shivdasani will be seen playing a pivotal role in the film which was portrayed by Telugu actor J.D.Chakravarthy in the original Malayalam version of Soori, Robo Shankar, Nasser, Nikesha Patel and N.S.Ramesh Kanna. The music of ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ is scored by Amrish while the cinematography is handled by Vijay Ulaganath. The makers of ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ might release the film soon but buzz is that it may hit big screens in January 2018. Watch the trailer of ‘Bhaskar Oru Rascal’ starring Arvind Swami and Amala Paul here:

Amala Paul was last seen in Thriuttu Payale 2′ which also starred Bobby Simha and Prasanna in other lead roles. The film was a decent hit at the BO and all the actors well appreciated for their performance. When the first look and title poster of the film was released by the makers months ago, the poster had made it to the news for unwanted reasons and was being termed as vulgar. Actress Amala Paul had said, responding to it, “When director Susi Ganeshan sent me the first look on WhatsApp, I actually liked it and felt it was poetic rather than sensuous. But the startling buzz it created was quite strange, and I started to receive a lot of responses. There is a specific reason for the way the poster looks, which you will discover after watching the film. Thiruttu Payale 2 has a great story, an unconventional cast and a great director who was also a teacher. I couldn’t have asked for more.”

Amala Paul was amazed at the response received to the poster and said,”I never thought my navel would create so much buzz around the film. There is so much exposure to everything and we are living in 2017; despite that, my navel has become a sensation.”

“I would call myself a social media-phobic person. If not for this profession, I wouldn’t have tried social media. But now I have no choice but to connect with my fans. I think I can spread positivity through my Instagram account. Twitter has become messy with all the ongoing arguments and debates. So I’m not very active on Twitter,” Amala added further.

Speaking about her role in ‘Thiruttu Payale 2’, Amala Paul said,”I have grown a lot as an actor and as a person. My perception of love was different last year compared to what it is this year. In this movie, I play a bold and confident woman and I also got a lot of liberty to express myself. My co-stars, Bobby and Prasanna, were very supportive.”

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