The pooja of Bhagwan, a film to be shot in 12 hours using about 10 cameras and five units, was held at Kochi on Thursday last week. To be produced by Vijesh Mani under the banner of Anaswara Cinemas, Bhagwan is based on the evil effects of terrorism.
During the pooja function, a cheque of Rs. one lakh was handed over by the hero Malayalam superstar Mohanlal on behalf of Anaswara Cinemas to the Inspector General of Police Winson M. Paul to be given to the family of police officer Mohan Chand Sharma, a Delhi Police officer who was killed during an encounter with terrorists at Jamia Nagar in Delhi on September 19.
Mohanlal is playing a gynaecologist in Bhagwan by debutant director Prasanth Mambulli will be completed in a single schedule at a hospital in Kunnamkulam, Trissur. Bhagwan presents five lyricists and five debutant music directors. Tamil actors Prakashraj and Nasser will appear in meaty roles in the film which is expected to be released on January 26.