“Kooman” by the Jeethu Joseph-Asif Ali duo has released its first look poster

The first look poster of Kooman, directed by Jeethu Joseph and starring Asif Ali, has been released. It is hinted that the film will have a very mysterious background. Asif Ali is playing the lead role for the first time in a film produced by Jeethu Joseph. Kooman is produced by Listin Stephen under the banner of Magic Frames and Alvin Antony under the banner of Ananya Films. The film is written by KR Krishnakumar. The Twelfth Man, which was earlier directed by Jeethu, was also written by Krishnakumar. This is their second film together. The story of the film takes place in a hilly village on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border. People of different cultures live together. A very strict police officer transfers to the local police station.  His harsh nature turns the lives of the people associated with that police station and the hero upside down. The normal events of that village turn into the extraordinary.  The hero’s journey after that leads the film to become a thriller and is the main plot of the movie “Kooman”. Apart from Asif Ali, Ranji Panicker, Baburaj, Meghanathan, Hanna Reji Koshy, Adam Ayub, Baiju, Jaffer Idukki, Pauly Wilson, Karate Karthik, George Marion, Ramesh Tilak, Prashant Murali, Abhiram Radhakrishnan, Rajesh Paravoor, Deepak Parambol, James Elia, Vinod Bose, Pradeep  Parasparam, Riyaz Narmakala are other supporting actors in the film. Other crew members of the film include Co-Producers are Jayachandran Kalladath, Manu Padmanabhan Nair, and Angelina Antony. Project Designer: Dixon Poduthas. Cinematography by Satish Kurup.  VS Vinayak did the editing. Production Controller: Praveen Mohan, Costume Design: Linta Jithu.  Art Direction: Rajiv Kovilakam.  Co-Director: Arfaz Ayub.  Chief Associate Director: Sonny G. Solomon. Administration & Distribution Head: Babin Babu, Music: Vishnu Shyam. Songs: Vinayak Sasikumar.  Grooming: Ratheesh Vijayan.  PRO: Vysakh C. Vadakkeveedu, Colorist: Liju Prabhakar, VFX: Tony Mag Myth, Advertising Art: Thought Station.

 

 

 

 

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