Singer Hariharan to make his acting debut in Malayalam film 'Daya Bharati'

A combo image of the title poster of the film and Hariharan. Photo: Special Arrangement

Renowned playback singer Hariharan is set to make his acting debut in the upcoming Malayalam movie 'Daya Bharati,' the title poster of the film was recently unveiled. The film is a production of Thamburan International Film and Events, co-produced by B. Vijayakumar and Asokan Charangattu. KG. Vijayakumar is the writer and director of the film. 'Daya Bharati' is the inaugural project of Thamburan Chitty Funds Pvt Ltd, with operations in Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

Among the cast are National Award recipient Nanjiamma, Kailash, Appani Sarath, and Gokulam Gopalan, with A V Anoop, Dinesh Prabhakar, Neha Saxena, Nia, Badusha, Varkala Haridas, Sanju Pala, Kaviraj, and Jayaraj Nileswaram. The film will feature approximately 100 tribal artists as an additional cast.

Filming locations for 'Daya Bharati' include Athirapally, Anakkayam, and Attappadi. The film, which addresses a socially relevant issue, is scheduled for release in March.
Melbin and Santhosh have partnered as cinematographers for the movie. Music composition is credited to Stilju Arjun, with lyrics by Prabhavarma, Jayan Thodupuzha, and Darwin Piravam. Apart from Hariharan and Nanchiamma, the movie has a long line of singers including Radhika Ashok, Oviatus Augustine, and Haritha V. Kumar IAS. The editing is managed by Ratheesh Mohan, supported by associate editors Bipin Boban and Johnson, and assistant editor Sebin. The costume design is by Sukesh Tanur, with background music composed by Shyam Dharman. The film's co-directors are Ayyappan, Anil, and Reshma.

The production boasts a fight sequence directed by Dragon Jirosh and art direction by Lalu Thrikkulam. George Colan has contributed still photography, whereas choreography is orchestrated by Master Sriselvi. The makeup team is led by Irene, Nimmi, and Dhanya. The DI process is overseen by Mahadevan, with sound effects by Nikhil PV and Shaiju M.

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