- Jayaram Completes 3 Decades In Films: The 5 Underrated Performances Of The Actor!
- Jayaram & Kunchacko Boban In Panchavarnathatha: A Glance At Their Looks From The Movie!
- Daivame Kaithozham K Kumarakanam Movie Review: Vintage Jayaram Is Back!
- Before Daivame Kaithozham K Kumarakanam: Box Office Performances Of Jayaram's Previous 5 Movies
- Jayaram-Kunchacko Boban Team's Panchavarnathatha Goes On Floors!
- INTERESTING: Dulquer Salmaan & Jayaram To Team Up For The First Time?
- It’s Mohanlal In Ranjith’s Next Directorial Venture!
Jayaram is all set to team up with his lucky scenarist Ranjith in his next movie. Ranjith had wrote scripts for Jayaram's super hit movies such as Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Shubha Yathra, Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakaalathu and Summer In Bethlahem. But the actor hasn't worked with Ranjith, after the latter ventured into direction.
It was rumoured that Jayaram and Ranjith had a fallout and still remain in a cold war. But the duo denied the rumours stating that they share a warm relationship. According to the reports, Ranjith's Jayaram movie will go on floors from November in Thrissur. The movie is produced by Ranjith himself under the banner Gold Coin Motion Pictures.
Jayaram got a big break in the initial stage of his career with Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, directed by Kamal and penned by Ranjith. Jayaram and Ranjith last worked together in Summer In Bethlahem, which went on to become a huge critical and commerical success. The duo didn't team after Summer in Bethlahem, as Jayaram started experimenting with new film makers and writers, while Ranjith ventured into direction and proved his mettle as a director.
Jayaram is currently going through a tough phase of his career with consecutive failures. The actor is currently filming for Mailanji Monjulla Veedu and Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal directed by Sibi Malayil. Ranjith, who is one of the most promising directors of Mollywood today, is all set to release his latest project Njaan, starring Dulquer Salmaan in the lead, on September 19th.