Male bonding has been an eternal theme in many Hollywood and Bollywood movies. Mollywood has very least number of films boast about it. Debutante Sreejith Sukumaran is set to explore this concept in his first directorial venture Hangover, which features four youngsters in the leads. The director says that the movie is going to be a complete entertainer and a fun ride.
Hangover is said to be completely different from Malayalam's run-of-the-mill films. It is neither a romantic tale, nor a family drama. The movie is about four men from different background, who are thrown together. It captures the bonding they share. The film, which is made with the tagline 'Avasanikkunne illa', has nothing to do with Bradley Cooper's English film Hangover.
Aby (Maqbool Salman) is affluent guy, who has all the luxuries. Kiran (Govind Krishna) is from a lower middle class family. Appu (Bhagath Manuel) is the son of government servants. Noor (Shine Tom Chacko) is poor guy, who has relocated to the city to pursue a writing career in film industry. Hangover is all about the rapport they share and their adventures.
Yesteryear star Jose is making a comeback through Hangover after a long gap of twenty years. The film has two heroines played by Archana Gupta and Shrida. Sumesh V Robin has penned the screenplay. The film is based on a real incident that happened in the life of the director. Produced by AOPL Ent Pvt Ltd, the movie will have four songs composed by Mejo Joseph.