Nighit shift studios – a production house founded by Chakravarthy Ramachandra – was launched today to solely produce films in the horror-thriller genre. Their inaugural production is Bramayugam, a Malayalam feature film starring Mammootty, written and directed by Rahul Sadasivan.
Rahul Sadasivan, writer and director, shares – “I am elated to be directing the stalwart Mammookka. Bramayugam is a rooted story set in the dark ages of Kerala. I am glad to be backed by the producers who’re pushing the boundaries of making this into an immersive film experience. I hope it will be a treat to Mammookka’s fans and genre enthusiasts worldwide.”
Producers Chakravarthy Ramachandra and S Sashikanth say, “We are honoured and thrilled to have the legendary Mammookka in our inaugural production. The unparalleled image of Mammookka is set to bring life to what is going to be a spectacular cinematic experience. Bramayugam is a promising world created by director Rahul with a talented cast and crew.
Night Shift Studios is envisioned and created as a culmination of the producers’ shared passion for the horror genre, born from their experience working with rich content and talented filmmakers. They hope to take homegrown horror-thriller films to the world through the banner.
The founder of Night Shift Studios, Chakravarthy Ramachandra was an independent producer for over a decade till 2016 when he joined YNOT Studios. S. Sashikanth, the founder and producer of YNOT Studios, is a partner in this venture. Over the last 7 years, Sashikanth and Ramachandra have produced highly successful films.
Bramayugam is being filmed on a grand canvas in Kochi and Ottapalam. The film also stars Arjun Ashokan, Sidharth Bharathan and Amalda Liz in prominent roles, with Shehnad Jalal as the cinematographer, Jothish Shankar as the production designer, Shafique Mohammed Ali as the editor, music by Christo Xavier, dialogues by TD Ramakrishnan, make-up by Ronex Xavier and costumes by
Bramayugam, presented by Night Shift Studios and YNOT Studios, will release in theatres worldwide in early 2024 in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi languages simultaneously.