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Trailer of OTT film 'SufiyumSujathayum' praised by Dhanush, Manju Warrier

Trailer of OTT film SufiyumSujathayum praised by Dhanush, Manju Warrier
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Trailer of OTT film ‘Sufiyum Sujathayum’
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In a series of tweets, the first Malayalam OTT movie ‘ Sufiyum Sujathayum’ starring Jayasurya and Aditi Rao Hydari has received the right kind of fillip on social media by cine celebrities.

In a series of tweets, the first Malayalam OTT movie ' SufiyumSujathayum' starring Jayasurya and Aditi Rao Hydari has received the right kind of fillip on social media by cine celebrities. The trailer of the film which was released today by Amazon Prime has been praised on Twitter by Tamil actor Dhanush, Malayalam film stars Manju Warrier, KunchackoBoban, Mamatha Mohandas etc.

This film is a musical love story and is the fourth of the seven films that Amazon Prime has planned to release over the forthcoming weeks. After the Tamil cine industry, it is Malayalam cinema which is about to move ahead with a venture from its side.

Revealing details about the film, Jayasurya, the film's protagonist has been quoted in a press note this: "The Malayalam film industry is known for rolling out good stories," said Jayasurya, one of the biggest superstars in the Malayalam film industry. "SufiyumSujatayum too keeps up with the tradition and depicts a story of a beautiful girl with an incomplete love story. I play the role of the husband to Aditi's character. An interesting and nuanced role of a husband that knows of his wife's love for another man, and tries to find ways to keep his family together.

There's a lot that we're trying to convey through the film and one will have to watch the movie and be part of it to know how beautifully these sequences take place".

"SufiyumSujatayum is a special film for me. I have been lucky to work with some incredible people across India, and this film marks my debut as the leading lady of a Malayalam film," said Aditi Rao Hydari. "The film is an innocent love story, where love is unburdened by prejudices and discrimination. The movie is a drama and narrated with a lot of sensitivity and honesty.

I had a great time working on the movie, it was challenging to work with some very brilliant colleagues and crew members. I'm really looking forward to the audience's response. I hope they get immersed in the world of Sufi and Sujata like I did and I hope everyone makes their own special connection to the characters and the story" she added.


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