“Joji 2021” is an Indian Malayalam crime drama film directed by Dileesh Pothan and written by Syam Pushkaran. This story was inspired by William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The film was produced by Bhavana Studios in collaboration with Working Class Hero and Fahadh Faasil and Friends. Fahadh Faasil played the title role, while Baburaj, Shammi Thilakan and Unnimaya Prasad played other key roles. The film was released on April 7, 2021, through Amazon Prime Video, an OTT service.
Engineering dropout Joji (Fahadh Faasil) is the youngest son of Panachel Kuttappan (V. P. Sunny). Joji and his brothers Jomon (Baburaj) and Jaison (Joji Mundakayam) lived a life of fear under the leadership of their rigorous but wealthy father. One day, Kuttapapan (Kuttappan) suffered a stroke and was subsequently paralyzed and admitted to the hospital. The brothers hope that their father will pass away and everyone in the house will begin to lead a carefree life and benefit from the wealth that his father never gave. The brothers decided to approve the operation, which was a success. Despite being in a wheelchair, this brought the recovering Kuta Papan back to the house.
This restored everyone in the house to their original state. After his father choked at him and laughed at him when his father asked him for money, Georgie decided to kill his father and began to replace Kutapapan’s daily medicine with lethal medicine. Jaison’s wife, Unnimaya Prasad, witnessed this, and she did not reveal the truth, because both she and Jaison secretly hope that Kuttapapan (Kuttappan) will die. Georgie’s project and Kuttaappan passed away.
Jomon started drinking after his father died. He set off firecrackers at the funeral, claiming that his father did not want a repressive death. This led to a minor dispute between the family and the church priest Basil Joseph. Qiao Meng also refused to distribute the wealth of the family, saying it did not respect their father’s spirit. Despite wanting to partition, Joji stood with Jomon. After Joji destroyed the evidence of the deadly pill and accidentally shot the fire at the wall next to the pond, he lied to Jomon, saying that he would not go there to smoke.
Qiaomon later caught this lie of Joji in a fight with Thotta Sudhi (Dhaneesh Balan), who witnessed Joji walking toward the house indifferently when Bincy cried when Joji died in Kutipappan. Realizing what Joji was hiding, Jomon attacked him. Joji subdued him with an air rifle belonging to his former son Alister Alex and threw a handmade bomb at him, Killed him. Joji provided a statement to the police, and it appeared that Sudhi was responsible for Jomon’s death.
In the next few days, Jaison noticed weird changes in Joji’s behavior, including that he became openly religious because Bincy began to question Joji Is also involved in the possibility of Jomon being murdered. During the autopsy, the police found lead pellets from Jomon’s body, and Bobby realized that Georgi was the only person who knew the gun, which was purchased with money stolen from Kuta Papan. The family confronts Joji, who continues to deny these claims. In the end, Joji realized that he would not escape, so he used the money he gave the latter to blackmail Jaison and stood with him, but Jaison refused. No way, Joji tried to kill himself by firing an air gun at it.
BUY NOW Latest Movies & Games » Click Here To Buy
However, he survived the paralysis and woke up in the hospital. When DySP asked the bedridden Joji to blink and confess his crime, Joji did make his eyes bigger.
On October 3, 2020, Fahad Fashir announced the next collaboration with Dileesh Pothan after Maheshinte Prathikaaram and Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum. The announcement is titled and accompanied by a poster telling that the film will be based on William Shakespeare’s play “Macbeth”, which will also be the third film based on William Shakespeare’s play “Macbeth”. Macbeth’s Indian movies. The poster also contains detailed information about the film crew, including photographer Shyju Khalid, music director Justin Varghese, and editor Kiran Das.
The main photography started on November 13, 2020, and was shot in the suburbs of Kerala. The filming of this film ends on January 14, 2021, in two months.
On March 31, 2021, Amazon Prime Video India released the trailer and trailer on April 2, 2021, announcing that the film will premiere on the streaming platform on April 7, 2021.
Fahadh Faasil as Joji
Dileesh Pothan as Dr. Roy
Unnimaya Prasad as Bincy
Basil Joseph as Fr. Kevin
Baburaj as Jomon
Alex Alister as Popy
Joji Mundakayam as Jaison
Pn Sunny as Kuttappan Pk
Shammi Thilakan as Dr. Felix
Tince Alex as Delivery Boy
Madhusoodhanan as DYSP
Pothen Mathew as Relative #4
Jayesh Thamban as Relative #2
Renjith Rajan as Gireesh
Omana Pothen as Relative #3
Divya Kiran as Priest’s Wife
Joji Joseph as Worker #1
Sunny Chalakuzhiyil as Relative #1
Dhaneesh Balan as Thotta Sudhi
Aby Thomas Iritty as Priest Assistant
Ashik Palakurthy as Ambulance Driver
Howsa Beegum as Relative #5
Santhosh Shilpkala as Neighbour
Roy Roy as Doctor #2
Kunjumol Issac as Maid
Renjith Gopali as Suresh
Cyriac Mathew as Relative #6
Saritha Binu as Relative #7
Yuvan Kiran as Priest’s Son
Isaac Kg as Worker #2
Mohanan as Fireworks Master
Dileesh Pothan : producer
Unnimaya Prasad : executive producer
Syam Pushkaran : producer
Film Editing by
Art Direction by
Costume Design by
Ronex Xavier : make up
Benny Kattappana : production controller
Suraj Bardia : foley editor and recordist
Visual Effects by
Vishakh Babu : visual effects supervisor
Andrew Jacob Dcrus : visual effects supervisor
Arunlal S. Pillai : visual effects supervisor
Sharath George Benny : Trailer Editor
C.P. Remesh : colorist
Saiju Sreedharan : Digital Intermediate Producer / Trailer Editor
Georgi Elenkov : Conductor
Ognyan Georgiev : Music contractor
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Working Class Hero
Fahadh Faasil and Friends
Amazon Prime Video
7 April 2021
United Arab Emirates : 6 April 2021 (internet)
Singapore : 6 April 2021 (internet)
India : 7 April 2021 (internet)
USA : 7 April 2021 (internet)
USA : 7 May 2021 (internet)
Also Known As
(original title) / Canada (English title) / India (English title) / UK / USA : Joji