Mohanlal's latest pic from ‘Barroz’ location goes viral


Apart from Mohanlal, Prithviraj is playing a pivotal role in the movie. Spanish actors Paz Vega and Rafael Amargo are playing lead roles in the movie.

Mohanlal and Santhosh Sivan at Barroz location| Photo: Instagram|mohanlal

Mollywood superstar Mohanlal is busy with the shoot of his directorial debut ‘Barroz’. Sharing the happiness to don the directors’ hat, Mohanlal shared a pic from the location of the movie. The pic has been trending on social media.

The pic featured Mohanlal watching the shoot of the movie. The pic also featured cinematographer Santhosh Sivan who is busy with his work. According to reports, the team has started the second schedule of shooting.

Though Mohanlal planned to start the shooting in 2020, it was delayed due to the COVID crisis.The shooting of the movie is currently progressing at Navodaya studio. Popular art director Santhosh Raman designed the set for the big-budget movie.

‘My Dear Kuttichathan’ fame director Jijo Punnoose has penned the script of the movie. Antony Perumbavoor is producing the movie under the banner of Aashirvad Cinemas.

Apart from Mohanlal, Prithviraj is playing a pivotal role in the movie. Spanish actors Paz Vega and Rafael Amargo are playing lead roles in the movie. Rafael plays the role of Vasco Da Gama and Paz Vega plays the role of his wife.

‘Barroz: Guardian of D’Gama’s Treasure’ is a children’s fantasy 3D movie. As the title refers, the movie is about a person who has been guarding the treasure of Vasco Da Gama for more than 400 years. It is a mythological story set in the background of Portugal. The story develops through the entry of a child in Barroz’s life.

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