Who’s Excited To Watch These 3 Malayalam Films Coming On Prime This April?

Pada, Naradan and Veyil are all set to release on Prime this April. After the overwhelming response in theatres, the much-awaited Malayalam films will be available on Prime Video for streaming across India and 240 countries and territories.

The Kunchacko Boban-starrer Pada will launch on 30 March, the Tovino Thomas starrer-Naradan on 8 April, and Shane Nigam-starrer Veyil on 15 April.

Pada

Written and directed by Kamal KM, the crime and drama thriller features Kunchacko Boban, Joju George, Vinayakan, and Dileesh Pothan. Pada raises the seminal question of land and the displacement of indigenous communities in India. All the governments that have ruled the nation made laws that denied the indigenous people their way of life. This has always protected crony capitalist interests. The film revisits an episode of dissent in the 90s which brought up this question.

Also Read: The Real-life Incident That Inspired Pada

Naradan

Directed by Aashiq Abu, the film features Tovino Thomas, Anna Ben, Sharafudheen, and Vijayaraghavan in main roles. Naradan is the dramatic journey of Chandraprakash, an upcoming journalist for News Malayalam. He is a talk show host and a television news anchor with a huge audience appeal. He is under pressure for doing stories that increase the channel’s rating from his editors and bosses. When a fellow journalist, Pradeep does a new story and lands a job at News Malayalam, Chandraprakash throws away his own moral principles and focuses on being the number one.

Veyil

Directed by Sarath Menon, the film features Shane Nigam, Shine Tom Chacko, Suraj Venjaramoodu, and others. The story is about Sidhu and Karthi who live with their mother. The film shows how they face life and deal with all the challenges thrown at them, highlighting the complexities of relationships.

Also Read: Times When Technopark Turned Into A Film Set

Pada, Naradan and Veyil will premiere globally on Amazon Prime Video in India and 240 other countries and territories worldwide on 30 March, 8 April and 15 April respectively. Who is ready to watch these Malayalam films on Prime?

Aishwarya Gopinathhttps://pinklungicom.wordpress.com/
A foodie at heart, an aspiring novelist, and an enthusiastic writer by nature, I love to dig deep into culture and lifestyle of the place and people around me. I hope to make people cry, laugh, smile, angry, and satisfied with my writing.

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