Chovvazhcha, which means Tuesday in Malayalam, is the title of the upcoming pan-Indian action horror movie directed by Ajay Bhupathi, who made his debut with the blockbuster RX 100. The movie stars Payal Rajput, Nanditha Swetha, Divya Pillai, Azmal, Ravindra Vijay, Krishna Chaitanya, Ajay Gosh, Shravan Reddy, Srithej and others in pivotal roles. The movie is produced by Swathi Reddy Gunupati and Suresh Varma M under the banners of Mudhra Media Works and A Creative Works. The music is composed by B Ajaneesh Loknath, who is known for his work in Kannada movies like Kirik Party and Avane Srimannarayana.
The trailer of Chovvazhcha was released on October 24, 2023, and has received a tremendous response from the audience and critics alike. The trailer, which has the tagline “Fear In Eyes”, showcases some spine-chilling scenes that depict the terror and mystery that haunt the villagers in the movie. The trailer also hints at some supernatural elements and a thrilling plot that will keep the viewers on the edge of their seats. The trailer has been praised for its stunning cinematography by Sivendra Dasaradhi, gripping background score by B Ajaneesh Loknath, and impressive performances by the lead actors.
Chovvazhcha is said to be a bold and innovative movie that explores a genre that has not been explored much in Indian cinema. The movie is inspired by some true events that happened in a village in Kerala, where a series of mysterious deaths occurred on every Tuesday. The movie promises to be a visual treat for the fans of horror and action genres, as it blends both elements in a captivating manner. The movie also boasts of some high-octane action sequences choreographed by Real Satish and Pruthvi, and some haunting songs penned by Bhaskarabhatla, Chaitanya Prasad and Ganesh A.
Chovvazhcha is slated to release on November 17, 2023, in multiple languages across India. The movie has already generated a lot of buzz among the audience and is expected to be a blockbuster hit at the box office. The movie is also being compared to some cult classics like Tumbbad and Kaala Kandi, which were also based on horror and mystery themes. Chovvazhcha is definitely a movie that should not be missed by any fan of Indian cinema.