Malayalam performing artist Nivin Pauly is quick to break the obstructions between businesses. Having done a bilingual film Neram right off the bat in his vocation, he has begun working with producers outside the Malayalam business. The current best illustration happens to be his up and coming Tamil movie Richie, in which he worked together with first-time executive Gautham Ramachandran. In his most recent meeting to Times of India, he has communicated his enthusiasm to work together with Kannada performing artist movie producer Rakshit Shetty. By chance, Nivin’s Richie is a revamp of Rakshit’s broadly prevalent Kannada blockbuster Ulidavaru Kandanthe. He’s been firmly following Rakshit’s work as far back as he started shooting for Richie.
On wants to team up with Rakshit, Nivin stated: “We are intending to cooperate soon. It could begin off with a cameo and later move to greater things, however we need to begin off some place. It’s about time that we got rid of this dialect partition and began filling in as artistes.” The Premam star is as of now shooting for Malayalam period film Kayamkulam Kochunni in Mangalore for over a month. Nivin has been preparing in Kalaripayattu each morning for the film. In the film, he plays Kochunni, a celebrated internationally robber who was well known in the nineteenth century.”I prepare for it each morning with the group of hand to hand fighting specialists who have accompanied us from Kerala. Since this period movie is about the genuine Robin Hood of Kerala, Kayamkulam Kochunni, executive Rosshan Andrrews felt that seaside Karnataka, with its old-world appeal, would possess all the necessary qualities impeccably regarding area,” he said. The group will keep shooting in Mangalore for one more month. After this timetable, the group will move to Sri Lanka.