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Bhramam trailer: Prithviraj’s film promises to be funnier than Andhadhun


Directed by Ravi K Chandran, the film will have its premiere on Amazon Prime Video on 7 October.

Haricharan Pudipeddi

The trailer for the Prithviraj Sukumaran-starrer Bhramam, the official Malayalam remake of Sriram Raghavan's acclaimed dark comedy Andhadhun (2018), was unveiled today. Going by the visuals, it looks like the film will be funnier than the original.

The trailer offers a glimpse into the life of Ray Mathews, a pretend blind pianist who finds solace in his music. But his musical escapades get laced with mystery as he witnesses the murder of a yesteryear actor and all hell breaks loose.

As lies and deceit envelope Ray, he must turn the tables to save his own life. The film also stars Raashi Khanna and Mamta Mohandas.

Directed by Ravi K Chandran, the film will have its premiere on Amazon Prime Video on 7 October. In a statement, Prithviraj said, “Playing a blind pianist was like venturing into an unexplored territory as an artiste, but I have thoroughly enjoyed portraying such a nuanced and layered character.

"Bhramam is a well-crafted murder mystery replete with interesting elements that should appeal to the Malayalam audience and beyond. I am looking forward to the premiere of Bhramam and hope this film will garner as much love and appreciation from viewers as I enjoyed working for this project which is close to my heart.”

The Telugu version of Andhadhun, titled Maestro (2021), recently had its premiere on Disney+ Hotstar. The film features Nithiin, Nabha Natesh and Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead.

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