Lucifer (film)

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Lucifer film poster.jpg
Teaser poster
Directed byPrithviraj Sukumaran
Produced byAntony Perumbavoor
Written byMurali Gopy
Vivek Oberoi
Indrajith Sukumaran
Tovino Thomas
Manju Warrier
Music byDeepak Dev
CinematographySujith Vaassudev
Edited bySamjith Mohammed
Release date
  • 28 March 2019 (2019-03-28)

Lucifer is an upcoming Indian Malayalam-language political thriller film directed by Prithviraj Sukumaran and written by Murali Gopy. Produced by Antony Perumbavoor through Aashirvad Cinemas, the film marks Prithviraj's directorial debut and features Mohanlal in the lead role of Stephen Nedumpally alongside a supporting cast including Vivek Oberoi, Indrajith Sukumaran, Tovino Thomas, Manju Warrier, Kalabhavan Shajohn, and Nyla Usha.

The film began principal photography in mid-July 2018 in Idukki. It was also shot at locations in Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, Kollam, Lakshadweep, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Russia. Filming lasted till January 2019. Lucifer is scheduled to be released in theatres on 28 March 2019.




In mid-2012 there were reports that a film titled Lucifer was in development. It was to be directed by Rajesh Pillai, scripted by Murali Gopy, starring Mohanlal and produced by Antony Perumbavoor of Aashirvad Cinemas. It was intended to be released in 2013.[2][3] Shortly after these initial reports, Pillai confirmed the project saying it is his "dream come true" to direct Mohanlal and the film will be a "treat" for his fans. Filming was to begin in 2013.[4] However, in May 2013, Pillai said the production would not begin that year as planned since he was busy with Motorcycle Diaries and Murali was working on Left Right Left. They were to discuss the project in June and hoped to begin filming by January 2014. He also disclosed that Lucifer is a thriller, and its story has been developed.[5] In July 2013, it was reported Murali had begun screenwriting.[6] However, the plan did not come to fruition and Pillai moved on to work on other projects.[7] He died of health issues in February 2016.[8] In a July 2016 interview, Murali revealed to The Hindu that he planned to work on the screenplay between his other commitments.[9] No director had been chosen.[10]

On 15 September 2016, actor Prithviraj Sukumaran announced that Lucifer would be his directorial debut.[11] Murali said that Prithviraj was interested in directing a film based on his screenplay and they had discussed it for about a year. Prithviraj was also inclined to cast Mohanlal in his directorial debut, and that is why he decided to share the story idea of Lucifer with Prithviraj. Gopy denied the project is same as Pillai's Lucifer.[12][13] At the same time, in another interview, Murali said he discussed the story with Mohanlal in 2012, but there had been no decision made on a director.[14] Prithviraj said the story of Pillai's Lucifer is different, and only the title is the same.[15][16] According to Prithviraj, "the thought behind the film and what the film can be" attracted him to the project.[17] Murali pitched the idea while they were having a casual chat on the sets of Tiyaan (2016) in Ramoji Film City.[18][19] Prithviraj was interested yet skeptical whether Mohanlal and Antony Permabavoor would agree with the idea of a debutant directing Lucifer as "it was a story that any big filmmaker would say yes to". The next day Antony went to Hyderabad for discussions and reached Mohanlal by telephone, and the project was set in motion.[20][21] Murali was planning to write the final draft of the screenplay after completing his acting commitments in Tiyaan and Kammara Sambhavam.[12]

In December 2016, Mohanlal said Lucifer was still in its nascent stage and needed to be developed into a screenplay saying, "the content has to be good and that's what the focus is right now".[22] In February 2017, Prithviraj said they would begin the pre-production later in 2017 and filming would happen in 2018.[17][23] On 2 April, Mohanlal, Prithviraj, Murali and Antony convened a press conference at Mohanlal's residence in Kochi to announce the official beginning of pre-production.[24] Prithviraj said the script had not been "fleshed out" and the rest of the cast would be decided after that had happened.[25][26] Shortly after, Prithviraj bought a new apartment in Thevara as a work-space for scripting and pre-production work on Lucifer and his future projects; "I felt I needed a space to assemble my team. Do the research and develop the film. This place might well be known as Lucifer's office in future", he said.[27][28][29] In a June 2017 interview, Prithviraj said that Lucifer should be released in 2019.[30] Murali told The Hindu in October that he would take a break after acting in Kammara Sambhavam to write the script for Lucifer. He hoped to complete it by February 2018.[31] In December, Prithviraj said the script was progressing and plans are to shoot the film by the end of May or beginning of June 2018 after he completes the first schedule of Aadujeevitham.[32] Prithviraj and Murali read the final draft of the screenplay to Mohanlal on 26 March 2018 on the sets of Odiyan. He was happy with the script and agreed to go ahead with shooting.[33]

Location scouting began in April 2018.[34] In June, Mohanlal told The Times of India that the film would be shot in Kerala, Mumbai, and in a foreign location. The team was on the verge of finalising the locations in Thiruvananthapuram by the end of the month. Prithviraj disclosed in a channel podcast that filming would begin on 18 July.[35][36] This was later updated to 16 July.[37][38] Close to the beginning of shooting the film, Prithviraj hinted the film deals with politics.[39] The names of the technical crew were revealed in July when the first poster was released. It carries the tagline "blood, brotherhood, betrayal".[40] Lucifer's genre can be described as a political thriller.[41]


In 2012 while Pillai was the director, his regular collaborator Kunchacko Boban was reported to be part of the cast along with Mohanlal. Responding to the news, Boban said he had not officially signed to do the film and was unaware of the role. He felt it was possible, however, as Pillai wanted him in all his films.[42] In August 2012, Pillai confirmed that Gopy had been cast in a significant role.[43] Only Mohanlal and Murali had been decided upon as part of the cast as of May 2013.[44] In 2014, while appearing on the Tamil talk show Koffee with DD, Prithviraj said that Mohanlal and Manju Warrier are his "dream cast" if he ever directs a film.[45][46]

After Prithviraj was announced as the director in September 2016, Murali said he was uncertain whether he would be acting in the film saying it was too early to discuss the cast other than Mohanlal. Ultimately, he did not acted.[47] In January 2018, Madhusudhan Rao confirmed being cast in the film. He had co-starred alongside Sukumaran in Adam Joan (2017) during which he was promised a role in Lucifer.[48] In the following month, Lena placed Lucifer on her list of upcoming acting commitments.[49] Following unconfirmed reports of Manju Warrier's casting in May, a source close to the actress confirmed the news to The Times of India. However, when asked, the production house stated the casting process was progressing and was subject to changes.[50][51]

In June, it was reported Saniya Iyappan would play the role of Stephen's daughter.[52][53] In early July, producer Antony revealed Hindi actor Vivek Oberoi was working in the film and expressed his gratitude for having him on board.[54][55] Lucifer marks Oberoi's debut in Malayalam cinema. He took a month preparing for the role and retained a diction coach to help him understand the Malayalam language and its pronunciation.[56] In the same month, Sukumaran confirmed his brother Indrajith Sukumaran was in the cast.[18][57]

Director Fazil has a cameo role as a priest, Father Nedumbally. Fazil, who had not acted in a film for nearly 34 years, commented that he agreed to take the role as he could not refuse Sukumaran's offer.[58] His role is as a mentor to Stephen.[59] Tovino Thomas, Mamta Mohandas, Sachin Khedekar, Kalabhavan Shajohn, Saikumar, Baiju, Baburaj, Shivaji Guruvayoor, John Vijay, Nandhu, Sunil Sukhada, Thara Kalyan, Maala Parvathi are among the other actors cast in the film.[citation needed]


Principal photography began on 16 July 2018 with a customary pooja function held at Springdale Heritage resort in Vandiperiyar, Idukki district. Sujith Vaassudev was the director of photography.[60][61] Mohanlal was expected to join the shoot in the coming days.[62] Pouly Valsan was called for a 6-day shoot.[63] Filming took place at Kuttikkanam and Vandiperiyar early in the schedule,[64][65] and at Thodupuzha later that month.[66] Shooting also took place at Kochi, Ernakulam district before moving to Thiruvananthapuram.[67] Around 2000 junior artists (extras) participated in the shoot at Ernakulam.[68] Thereafter, shooting was scheduled at Thiruvananthapuram from 6 August to 15 September for 40 days.[69] Mohanlal's first shot was with Fazil.[70] They had two scenes and shot for three days.[58] Stephen's (Mohanlal) car used in the film is a Hindustan Landmaster inscribed with the number 666 on the vehicle registration plate.[71] Filming took place in Vandiperiyar in early August and was planned to take until 10 August.[72]

Filming was planned at 25 locations in the Thiruvananthapuram district, beginning at Government College for Women from 12 August. Government Model Boys Higher Secondary School was one of the locations on this schedule.[72] Scenes featuring Oberoi and Warrier were shot at the Kuthiramalika Palace on 20 August. On the same day, the film was also shot at a resort in Poovar. Mohanlal, who was on a break, returned to the set on 21 August.[73][74] Warrier was spotted during the shoot at Azeezia Medical College in Kollam.[75] Filming went on at the Kanakakkunnu Palace on 28 August, where Mohanlal and Warrier took part.[76] During the shoot, many of the white taxis were transformed into official state cars.[77] By the end of the month, Tovino joined the set at the Kanakakkunnu Palace grounds.[78] He completed his part in the film by early September.[79] Before his departure, his scenes with Warrier were shot at the beginning of the month and his other scenes later in September. The shoot in Thiruvananthapuram was scheduled to last until 20 September, and then was to move to Kuttikkanam.[80] Oberoi acted in a scene shot at the Greenfield International Stadium early that month.[81] Saikumar and Shivaji Guruvayoor took part in the shoot that took place at a university hostel in Thiruvananthapuram in the beginning of September.[82]

In an interview, actor Nandhu said that many of the film's scenes comprised 40–50 shots and contain 500–1000 junior artists; some have as many as 3000–4000 artists.[68] Filming went on around the overpass beside the Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium in Palayam on 4 September.[83][84] More than 2000 junior artists participated in that scene. It features Stephen arriving toward a large riot.[85] Around 5000 junior artists took part in a major scene shot in Adimalathura beach; more than 100 vehicles were used. Reportedly, almost every major character in the film was present in that scene.[86] It was filmed in 15 days.[68] After the schedule at Thiruvananthapuram was completed on 20 September, the production was put on hold for a break and the next session began on 5 October in Kuttikkanam.[87]

Giju John joined the set in early October in Thiruvananthapuram and later at Kochi.[88] The team went for location scouting for a fight scene in Minicoy, Lakshadweep later that month.[89][90] Shooting was scheduled for three days from 30 October to 1 November in Thiruvananthapuram for the scenes featuring Tovino and Indrajith. By this time, the filming in Kerala was expected to be complete, and the next schedule would start in Mumbai beginning on 4 November, where Mohanlal would join the production.[91][92] Sachin Khedekar joined Mohanlal for filming in Mumbai.[93] A schedule of the film went on in Russia during December 2018 and later it was shot in Bangalore. Final four-day schedule went on at Lakshadweep in January 2019.[94] Shooting was wrapped on 20 January at the sea ahead of Kavaratti island, Lakshadweep.[95]


In a June 2017 interview, Prithviraj stated that Lucifer should be released in 2019.[30] The film is now scheduled to be released in theatres on 28 March 2019.[15]


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