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Nazriya Nazim looks hip in this trippy Trance poster

Anwar Rasheed directorial Trance brings together real-life couple Fahadh Faasil and Nazriya Nazim on the big screen after five years.

By: Entertainment Desk | Bengaluru |
November 1, 2019 9:00:36 pm
Trance photos Trance is expected to open in cinemas during Christmas.

Nazriya Nazim on Friday shared a trippy poster of her upcoming film Trance, in which she shares screen space with husband Fahadh Faasil. The colourful poster shows Nazriya having a drug-induced hallucination. It looks dope! (pun intended).

Trance marks the return of Anwar Rasheed to the big screen as a director after a long time. The last time he screamed ‘action’ on a megaphone was seven years ago for Ustad Hotel, starring Dulquer Salmaan. Trance also brings together real-life couple Fahadh and Nazriya on the big screen after five years. They both shared screen space in 2014 hit film Bangalore Days. It was during the making of that film the actors fell in love and subsequently got married.

Nazriya Nazim took a long break from acting post the wedding. She made a comeback last year with Anjali Menon’s Koode.

Trance also stars Soubin Shahir and Gautham Menon. It has been written by Vincent Vadakkan and is bankrolled by Anwar Rasheed Entertainments. The film is expected to open in cinemas during Christmas.

Fahadh Faasil was last seen in critically acclaimed Tamil film Super Deluxe. He is currently shooting for Malik, which is written and directed by Mahesh Narayan. Billed as a gangster drama, Malik is being mounted on a huge scale. According to reports, the budget of the film is said to be Rs 25 crore.

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