Amid the surge in COVID-19 cases, the makers of Manju Warrier starrer ‘Chathurmukham’ have decided to withdraw the movie from the theatres. Manju Warrier has confirmed the news through her social media pages.
“Dear ones, we are temporarily withdrawing our film ‘Chathurmukham’ from movie theatres considering the current situation all around and everyone’s health. We will definitely be back in theatres for you when it is safer, hopefully very soon,” wrote Manju Warrier.
The lady superstar also appealed to the audience to follow COVID protocol and stay safe.
Announced as the first techno horror movie in Malayalam, ‘Chathurmukham’ was released on April 8. Interestingly, Manju Warrier turned co-producer for the movie along with Jiss Thomas and Justin Thomas.
Sunny Wayne and Alencier are also playing pivotal roles in the movie. Debutant directors Ranjeet Kamala Sankar and Salil V directed the movie.
'Chathurmukham' is the second movie which halts screening due to COVID-19. On the other day, makers of 'Kho Kho' starring Rajisha Vijayan also was withdrawn the movie from theatres.