Nale Ravile, the Prithviraj starrer Roshan Andrews movie is reportedly shelved. According to a recent report published in the popular website Malayalivartha, Prithviraj walked out of the project, citing that the character doesn't suits his image.
Prithviraj's attitude has disappointed the makers, and they decided to drop the movie. But none of these rumours are confirmed by the team. The report also accuses that Prithviraj's over-interference in the script has irked the team.
But, it is quite hard to believe that Prithviraj backed out of the project fearing the image. It is a fact that Prithvi is one of the rare breed of actors, who are ready to experiment without inhibitions.
His portrayal of Antony Moses IPS, the homosexual police officer in Mumbai Police, had literally stunned the industry. Interestingly, it Mumbai Police is directed by Roshan Andrews and penned by Bobby-Sanjay, who are also behind Nale Ravile.
Reportedly, Nale Ravile is a passionate love story which revolves around a man who is in coma stage. Prithviraj is supposed to play the central character and Nyla Usha has been roped in to play the female lead.
It was also rumoured that Jayasurya is playing a brief yet an important role in the film. It is disappointing, if the team has decided to drop the project. We hope that Prithviraj or Roshan Andrews will clear the air soon.