HomeNewsVishnu Vishal announces: FIR movie banned

Vishnu Vishal announces: FIR movie banned

Vishnu Vishal announces: FIR movie banned
Vishnu Vishal announces: FIR movie banned

Actor Vishnu Vishal’s upcoming mystery thriller  drama FIR directed by debutante Manu Anand, a former associate of Gautham Menon, which has already created a buzz with the press and celebrity, is all set to hit the screens today worldwide in a very grand manner. While  the actor Vishnu Vishal was excited about the release of FIR, the film has been banned in Malaysia, Kuwait and Qatar. This news is confirmed by  Vishnu  Vishal himself by sharing a post on official twitter handle.

Advertisement

Vishnu Vishal wrote: Sorry MALAYSIA and KUWAIT audience.”   The movie is directed by Manu Anand and produced by Shubhra and Aryan Ramesh under the banner of VV Studioz. Vishnu Vishal is playing the role of Abu Bakker Abdulla a Muslim youth.

Manjima Mohan, Raiza Wilson and Reba Monica John are seen in the  crucial roles whereas Gaurav Narayanan and Gautham Vasudev Menon are also the part of this thriller drama.

Ashwath is composing the music, while the cinematography is by Kirumi-fame Arul Vincent, and editing is by Prasanna GK.

Recently during the media interaction, Vishnu Vishal became emotional as he recalled the difficulties they faced to bring  FIR to the  theatres.  He  thanked everyone from his father to the distributor, who helped him with the FIR movie.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Top Stories

View All
Advertisement

Gossips

View All
Advertisement