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VK Prakash gets ready with Three Kings

Last updated on: May 10, 2011 14:33 IST

VK Prakash gets ready with Three Kings

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Ad filmmaker VK Prakash, who has directed some fine films in the past, is ready with a no holds barred laugh riot titled Three Kings.

The film has Kunchacko Boban, Indrajith and Jayasurya playing the lead.

YV Rajesh, who had scripted the director's last film Gulumaal, has also written the script for Three Kings.


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Three Kings is a comedy

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"It's an out-and-out comedy about three cousins, who live in the same household but hate each other.

The three are on a lookout for ways to make easy money and while at it, each of them tries to make things difficult for the other two.

This journey is the backdrop for the story," says Prakash, who started his career as a film director in Malayalam with the offbeat saga, Punaradhivasam.

He has also completed Karma Yogi, based on the Shakespearean drama, Hamlet.


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Jayasurya does a spoof on a popular song

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Ram (Kunchacko Boban) is trying to make a quick buck by taking part in TV reality shows. Ranju (Ann Augustine) is his partner.

Shankar (Jayasurya) is an actor in some TV serials, while his fiance is Anju (Samvrutha Sunil).

Bhaskar (Indrajith) is a cricketer and Manju (Kadhal Sandhya) has been paired opposite him.

According to reports, Jayasurya's character does a spoof on the song Silsila hai silsila that became famous via the Internet.

Jayasurya sports a rather funny looking hairstyle to suit the eccentric nature of his character in the film.


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'The characters are straight out of comic strips'

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The three heroes tell us that Three Kings is incredibly funny and the characters have been created as if they come straight out of some cartoon strip.

The cinematographer of the film is Venu and the music director is Ouseppachan. Produced under the banner of KNM Films, Three Kings will hit the theatres on May 14.

 


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