Puthiya Niyamam, the much-anticipated Mammootty-Nayantara starrer, will not hit the theatres this January. According to the sources, the AK Sajan directed movie has been postponed to February.
The team is yet to reveal the actual release date. The release has been postponed again, as Nayantara, who makes her Malayalam dubbing debut with Puthiya Niyamam, is yet to finish her part.
The actress was not able to finish the dubbing with her co-actors, as she was highly busy with her other commitments. Nayantara's dubbing work started in Chennai last week.
If the reports are to be true, the team was forced to stop the post-production works temporarily due to the same. However, director AK Sajan is very particular that Nayantara should dub, on her own voice.
Puthiya Niyamam revolves around the intercaste couple, Adv Louis Pothan and Vasuki Iyer. Louis, who belongs to an orthodox Christian background, is a strong believer of communist ideologies.
He is also a film critic and a social activist. Vasuki is a Kathakali artist, who is from a traditional Brahmin family. The movie is about an issue faced by them and how they resolve it.