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Anoop Menon Is Back In The Role Of Screenwriter

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    Anoop Menon, the talented actor-writer, is back in the role of a screenwriter after a short gap. Reportedly, Anoop is scripting a love story, for a leading director of the industry.

    As per the sources, the writer has recently visited Geroge Town, Malaysia. If the reports are to be true, his new script is an out-and-out love story which develops in the backdrop of the City.

    Reportedly, the untitled will be project will be produced by a Malaysia based Malayali business. The director of the project, lead pair, rest of the star cast, and further details will be announced soon.

    Anoop Menon Is Back In The Role Of Screenwriter

    Anoop Menon made his debut as a screenwriter with the 2008 movie Pakal Nakshatrangal, which had Mohanlal in the central role. The movie was a critical success, even though it was commercial failure.

    He later penned scripts for some critically and commercially successful films, including Beautiful and Trivandrum Lodge. His last venture was the 2015-released Suresh Gopi starrer, The Dolphins.

    The actor is currently filming for the upcoming movie Karinkunnam Sixes, which stars Manju Warrier in the central role. Anoop will be next seen in Don Max's directorial debut, 10 Kalpanakal

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