Meera Jasmine Returns After Hiatus in Sathyan Anthikadu Film

After almost a five-year hiatus, popular actress Meera Jasmine is all set to the silver screen in Sathyan Anthikadu’s next venture.

This was announced by Anthikadu himself, who too is directing a film after a three year gap and would be his 57th film.

He said the film stars Jayaram and it would also feature Innocent, Sreenivasan and Siddique, along with Meera Jasmine.

Produced by Central Pictures, Iqbal Kuttipuram has scripted the film and the cinematography is being done by award-winning cameraman S. Kumar.

Meera Jasmine

Anthikadu, over the years, has become one of the topmost directors and has been in this business for close to four decades, giving out blockbusters such as Oru Indian Pranayakatha, Vinodayathra, Rasathanthram to name a few.

The return of Jasmine, a national award-winning actress, is the biggest highlight as she has excelled in four of Anthikadu’s recent four films.

The shooting will begin in July and the film is expected to be released later in the year.

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