Iblis (film)

Iblis (lit.Iblis; transl.Devil) is a 2018 Indian Malayalam-language fantasycomedy film directed by Rohith V. S. with Asif Ali and Madonna Sebastian in the lead roles.[1][2] The film was produced by Ichais Productions. The film was released on 3 August 2018.[3]

2018 Indian film
Iblis

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Rohith V. S.
Screenplay by Sameer Abdul
Story by Rohith V. S.
Produced by Sreelekshmi R
Bhupen Tacho
Jeetu Gogoi
Starring
Cinematography Akhil George
Edited by Shameer Muhammed
Music by Dawn Vincent
Production
company
Ichais Productions
Distributed by Adam’s World of Imagination
Release date
  • 3 August 2018 (2018-08-03)
Country India
Language Malayalam

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The film is set in the 1980s and contains themes of fantasy and magical realism and also the film tells about life, death and life after death.[4][5]

Vaisakhan (Asif Ali) lives in an unknown land, playing music at the homes where someone has died. He is a carefree youth, who is madly in love with Fida (Madonna Sebastian). His concepts of death and afterlife have heavily been influenced by his “muthassan” or grandpa, Sreedharan (Lal). This muthassan is a weird character who enjoys his life, travelling like a nomad. He is a funny character who even plans to make Vaisakhan and Fida fall in love.

Iblis is the second directorial of Rohith V. S. with Asif Ali after his debut film Adventures of Omanakuttan (2017). The film is set in the 1980s, Rohith describes the film a “musical adventure-comedy”, planned on the lines of Jagga Jasoos.[8] Rohith discussed the project with Asif during the filming of Adventures of Omanakuttan and also retained its co-writer Sameer Abdul and cinematographer Akhil George for Iblis. Asif too contributed to the script.[9] It was produced by the company Ichais Productions, in their debut. Iblis has music composed by Dawn Vincent.[10] A pooja function for the film was held in early March 2018.[11]

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The film was released on 3 August 2018.[9][12]

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