Watch: Pranav Mohanlal perform stunts in making of ‘Aadhi’ video !!

LAST MODIFIED: February 6 2018, 11:45 IST
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Many weeks prior, the chief of Aadhi, Jeethu Joseph uncovered that Pranav Mohanlal had done a large portion of the tricks in the film without deciding on a hoodwink.

Actually, the adolescent enabled a trick to complete a trick that wasn’t excessively dangerous yet took upon himself, making it impossible to do the most dangerous shots. Furthermore, now, the making of the film video has been discharged uncovering all the diligent work he had put into the film.

Aadhi, which denoted the presentation of Mohanlal‘s child Pranav as saint, hit the marquee on January 26 and is rushing to stuffed houses. The youth has substantiated himself as an on-screen character with his first film. The motion picture had discharged on a great scale. On the main day of discharge, the motion picture has gathered 1.5 crores in the cinema world.

Composed and coordinated by Jeethu Joseph, Aadhi has been bankrolled by Anthony Perumbavoor under his standard Aashirvad Films. While Pranav assumes the title part in the film, its star cast likewise incorporates Aditi Ravi, Anusree, Jagapati Babu, Siddique, Lena, Sharaf U Dheen, Siju Wilson, and Krishna Shankar.

Anil Johnson had made the tunes for this flick with Satheesh Kurup wrenching the camera and Ayoob Khan altering it. Aside from assuming the lead part in Aadhi, he had likewise composed and sung the number “Tramp Woman” in the film.

Pranav Mohanlal started his profession in the film business as a tyke artiste and won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist for the film Punarjani in 2002. Before accepting his call as a saint, he had helped executive Jeethu Joseph in two or three movies which additionally incorporated the Kamal Haasan starrer Papanasam, the Tamil revamp of the Malayalam blockbuster Drishyam.

With the arrival of his presentation film getting positive audits, film buffs are holding up energetically to think about his next however Pranav is by all accounts in no rush to sign on the dabbed lines