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Kuruthi trailer: Prithviraj Sukumaran starrer promises to be a nail-biting thriller

Published On: 04 August 2021 | Mollywood | By:

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Co-starring Roshan Mathew, Kuruthi also stars Mamukkoya, Srindaa, Shine Tom Chacko and Murali Gopi. the film is slated to release on Amazon Prime Video on August 11.

The trailer of the upcoming Malayalam thriller Kuruthi was released on Wednesday. Starring Prithviraj in the lead role, the film is directed by Manu Warrier.

Kuruthi trailer guarantees a nail-gnawing spine chiller with super charged activity that incorporates high-voltage pursue arrangements and fierce sloppy fights, combined with sensational exhibitions. Prithviraj plays a divine being dreading man in the film yet that doesn't prevent him from getting payback and looking for retaliation from the individuals who have violated him.

Not simply Prithviraj's person, we hear others in the trailer summon God's name. While some look for kindness, a couple of ridiculous their hands for the sake of all-powerful. There is by all accounts likewise a philosophical point to the entire story, as the film apparently contemplates over the meaning of what's good and bad.

The whole film appears to happen during the range of an evening. As per the abstract, a harmed cop alongside a detainee thumps on the entryway of a house, looking for asylum from an exceptional who is pursuing them. The executioner, be that as it may, is in no mind-set to surrender the pursuit till he makes his opponent compensation for his wrongdoing with his life.

Prithviraj's vindictive mission appears to confront obstruction from Ibrahim, played by Roshan Mathew, a man of confidence, who is likewise battling his own internal evil spirits. The decisive night will be a trial of the executioner's disdain and Ibrahim's confidence.

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