Prithviraj again called Jana Gana Mana movie a pan-Indian film in the sense that it can touch people from anywhere in India. Rather than using the term for a big film from one special industry with a superstar of that industry. As far as I’m interested, a pan-Indian film is one with a pan-Indian range. If someone from Gsomeoneurgaon or Odisha is regarding this film. They should be able to recognize the story as something that appears to them. It’s not secured by a particular area. It conveys peace to a fictional setting. It can happen anywhere at any time, he colored. The Jana Gana Mana film will be released on Apr 28, 2022, in theaters soon.
Cast & Crew:
Jana Gana Mana movie has directed by Dijo Jose Antony. This movie will live in the Malayalam language. Prithviraj Sukumaran, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Sri Divya, Mamta Mohandas play the lead roles. Druvan, Shari, Shammi Thilakan, Kitty, Pasupathy Masilamani, N. Azhagamperumal, Ilavarasu, Vinod Sagar, Vincy Aloshious, Midhun, Hari Krishnan, Vijayakumar, Vaishnavi Venugopal, Chithra Iyer and Dhanya Ananya will playing as the special roles in this movie.
The movie shoot only got over in January the year 2022 because of the pandemic-induced delays. When we started shooting the movie in October 2020, it has the time when all the theaters stood locked. While we had determined then that no matter how long we had to wait, we would release Jana Gana Mana in theaters only. The occasion’s largest highlight was Prithviraj revealing that Jana Gana Mana would have a sequel. When I first heard the story and screenplay of this film. I learned that it has written in a way that warrants a follow-up film.
At the time, I asked Dijo and Sharis whether the sequel idea has part of the ongoing trend where it’s traditional to do a Part-2 for a big film, to which they responded that the opposite was true. I discovered their explanation convincing, and their plan interesting. It’s only when Part 1 concludes that you realize that there is more to this man’s story.
The 4-minute long trailer showcases glimpses of theatrically poignant sequences in the film Jana Gana Mana. After watching the film trailer the way this trailer has presented showcases how uniquely and strategically Malayalam films try to hit the right chord with the audience. It’s so hard-hitting that one gets goosebumps watching this.