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News on MEA 1 ArdorComm Media Group Shane Nigam Announces His 25th Film: 'THE HEROIC BLOODSHED BEGINS' - See Post
News on MEA 1 ArdorComm Media Group Shane Nigam Announces His 25th Film: 'THE HEROIC BLOODSHED BEGINS' - See Post

Shane Nigam Announces His 25th Film: ‘THE HEROIC BLOODSHED BEGINS’ – See Post

-By ArdorComm News Network

Shane Nigam reveals his 25th film, an action thriller centered around kabaddi players. The Malayalam-Tamil bilingual movie will feature actors from both languages. Stay tuned for more updates on this upcoming project.

Shane Nigam, who recently delivered ‘Little Hearts’, has announced his 25th film. On Thursday, July 4, Shane Nigam took to his social media handle and announced his next film, an actioner. The upcoming film is written and directed by debutant Unni Sivalingam, who previously worked as an assistant director in Saheed Arafath’s Thankam (2023). In his social media post, Shane Nigam launched the announcement poster and wrote, “THE HEROIC BLOODSHED BEGINS.” Announcing Shane Nigam’s 25th film under the banner of STK Frames. Produced by Santhosh T. Kuruvilla and Binu Alexander George. Written and Directed by Unni Sivalingam. Gear up for an Intense Action Thriller.

An action thriller, the upcoming Shane Nigam starrer is said to be centered around four kabaddi players. The film is a Malayalam-Tamil bilingual film, with actors from both languages playing pivotal roles. Palakkad and Coimbatore are the major locations of the film. The upcoming film will go on floors soon. The makers have kept the rest of the cast and crew under wraps.

On the work front, Shane Nigam’s recent film was Aby Treesa Paul and Anto Jose Pereira’s ‘Little Hearts’. ETimes rated the film 2.5 out of 5 and wrote, “The film directed and co-written by Aby Treesa Paul, Anto Jose Periera, along with Rajesh Pinnadan, who also shares a writing credit, could have been a sweet enough, feel-good romance with some good lessons for the audience, but it needed a proper tightening at the writing and making stages. As it is now, the key moments feel lost as the story progresses, particularly with a messy resolution.”

 

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