No 66 Madhura Bus directed by M.A Nishad had hit the screen yesterday. It is a real coincidence that one of the main character of the film which was portrayed by Jagathy Sreekumar met with an accident. In this film Jagathy’s role is of a conductor. After finishing this movie Jagathy met with an accident in real life.
The film is all about the families of prisoners. What is their social status? If a man from a family gets rolled up as a prisoner, how does the society treat them? Everyone tries to distance themselves from them and they in a way are ignored. No one would want to relate with them. But what have they done wrong? It is this issue which every one of us neglects that is being told in the form of an entertaining road movie by the director.
Nishad’s earlier movie Vairam evoked a lot of response from the masses as the film had a relevant subject added with a stellar negative role portrayed by Jayasuriya. Vairam had Pashupathy in the lead. This time too Pashupathy is back in Malayalam with M.A.Nishad to be varadhan in No.66 Madhura bus. The film also introduces a noted Hindi theatre artist Makarand Deshpande into Malayalam. He plays Sajanayan along with the Pashupathy as the main leads. Apart from them the film also have Jagadheesh, Thilakan, Padmapriya, Swetha Menon, Ashokan, along with a host of other actors.
The film will have Jagathy as the conductor Mathaichan and Ashokan as the driver Shivan Kutty taking into consideration the fact the movie is almost shot related to the bus. Notably the film will have actor Thilakan coming back to the screens. He was appreciated for the role he essayed in his last release Indian rupee proving his authority over and over again in Malayalam cinema. Thilakan will do the role of hunter Varkey in the film.
Produced under the banner of NFC Entertainments, No 66 Madurai Bus has been scripted by K V Anil.
The cinematographer is Pradeep Nair and the music director is M Jayachandran.
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