Pulimurugan To Feature In Dileep’s ‘Georgettans Pooram’
While Pulimurugan craze is at its best many have stepped out to cash in the craze. These includes textile shops, online products etc. Few film crews have also set out to make the best out of it, the very recent one including the Biju Menon starrer ‘Swarnakaduva’ who’s posters had few Pulimurugan reference. If the sources are to be believed one more film is going to use the Pulimurugan heat and this time it is Dileep starrer ‘Gerogettans Pooram’. Close sources of the film reports that the crew will be shooting one scene at the popular Chand V Sreerama Movies Theatre, Amballur in which Dileep’s central character George and his friends comes to see the Mohanlal starrer.
Many superstar films gets featured in other movies especially, the blockbusters. With Pulimurugan becoming a hot topic everywhere, the makers of ‘Georgettans Pooram’ has reportedly tuned their scene in the paper to have a Pulimurugan reference and the scene will be shot tomorrow as per the news coming from the film camp. Apart from Dileep the scene will have other actors like Vinay Fort, Sharafudhhen a.k.a Girirajan Kozhi from Premam etc. Giving justification to its title ‘Goergettans Pooram’ had a huge amount of shoot in the cultural capital, Thrissur and the current schedule is happening in the district where this scene will be captured. The scene suggests that it will be a fun portion from the movie which is slated for January 2017 release. The film which was set for a Christmas release, recently had its shift to January as the distributors of the movie have one more film for Christmas. Georgettans Pooram is said to be a typical Dileep starrer with quirky characters and comedies but a little different from the usual format of the actor. The makeover he went for the film with the hairdo has already gained attention among his fans and the first look poster has created enough buzz. It is being directed by K.Biju of ‘Dr Love’ and is written by Y.V Rajesh. Rajisha Vijayan of Anuraga Kaikkin vellam has roped into play the female lead.