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Will Darvinte Parinamam be the fifth super hit for Prithviraj? Early trends suggest yes

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 5:58 IST

The Prithviraj - Chemban Vinod starrer Darwinte Parinamam released today. Early trends suggest positive reports all across Kerala. The movie opened on a good note at the Box Office and reportedly, the audience has been praising its simple story, entertaining first half and emotional content in the second half.

Darwinte Parinamam revolves around the transformation of an ordinary man and a local goon and how their lives get interchanged due to some unfortunate events. Prithviraj is essaying the role of the ordinary man, Anil Anto, and Chemban Vinod Jose will be seen in the role of local goon, Gorilla Darwin. Reportedly, both Prithviraj and Chemban have equal screen presence in the movie. Soubin Shahir plays the funny man as a Mahesh Babu fan.

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Directed by Jijo Antony, the film also stars Chandini Sreedharan of KL10 Pathu fame. The movie has been produced by August Cinema, a joint production of Prithviraj, Tamil actor Arya, director Santhosh Sivan, and producer Shaji Nadeshan. Sankar Sharma has composed the music for the film. The script has been penned by Manoj Nair and the cinematography is by Abinandhan Ramanujam.

The film released with more than 100 screens in Kerala and the industry is expecting healthy opening day numbers.

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But the big question is, can Prithviraj deliver his 5th consecutive super hit in Darwinte Parinamam? The actor's last four films, Ennu Ninte Moideen, Amar Akbar Anthony, Anarkali and Pavada, all were superhits at the Box Office. And with strong opening and positive reports, it looks like Darwinte Parinamam will soon enter the same club.

-- Text By Sree Prasad Nair

First published: 18 March 2016, 7:05 IST
 
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