#BhaiArrives – watch trailer of Nivin Pauly's Moothon

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Geetu Mohandas' latest directorial venture Moothon is going to be a paradigm shift in the career of actor Nivin Pauly, if the trailer is anything to go by.

Released on YouTube on Friday with #Moothon and #BhaiArrives, the trailer gives us a glimpse of the film, likely to be a realistic action thriller. The trailer gives us hints about the main characters including Bhai played by Nivin. From the trailer, it could be inferred that the plot of the film revolves around a boy's quest to find his Moothon or elder brother. The film seems to have a dark tone and rough texture.

The trailer is a mix of the sequences taking place in Mumbai's red street area called Kamattipura and the scenic islands of Lakshadweep. The trailer is also a sneak peek of the violence in store.

The trailer was released online on the occasion of Nivin's birthday. The actor turns 35 on Friday.

Earlier, Geetu wrote on her social media page, "I want to thank you all for your patience in waiting for a glimpse of Moothon . It has been a long journey for all of us . I made Moothon primarily to find my audience amongst you . I’m excited to share the news that the official trailer of #Moothon will be launched on Oct 11 th by a few of our friends. The date is special since it also happens to be on Nivin’s birthday 😊 Nivin Pauly Anurag Kashyap 2.0 Rajeev Ravi #Vinod Kumar Shashank Arora #Sobhita Dhulipala #Roshan Mathew #Dilish Pothan Alan McAlex Ajay Rai #BhaiArrives (sic)"

Apart from Nivin, the movie also stars Sobhita Dhulipala, Shashank Arora and Melissa Raju Thomas in pivotal roles. The drama written by Geethu herself, is jointly produced by Anurag Kashyap, Ajay G. Rai and Alan McAlex.

The movie had its world premiere at Toranto International film festival and fecthed wide applauds.

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