The makers of Bheeshma Parvam released a longer trailer, establishing the film's long ensemble cast. It also extends the Mahabharata analogy and Mammootty placement as a 'Bheeshma' equivalent in what looks a major issue that breaks up a large family.
It begins with the star's character explaining a particular phrase which also means beating someone up. Then it goes on to introducing one character after another with shots of Soubin, Shreenath Bhasi and Shine Tom Chacko.
The highlight though is how it ends with a shot of both Nedumudi Venu and KPAC Lalitha, who passed away two days ago. This also explains the tribute like ending and the late release of the trailer.
Watch the trailer here:
Bheeshma Parvam is the second time the director and star is coming together after 2007's Big B. The team had earlier released a series of character posters to introduce the many actors in the film. Apart from Mammootty, other actors include Nedumudi Venu, Soubin Shahir, Shine Tom Chacko, Sreenath Bhasi, Veena Nandakumar, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Nadiya Moidu, Lena, Maala Parvathy and Farhaan Faasil.
The DOP of Premam, Anend C Chandran, is the film's cinematographer. Vivek Harshan is the editor with Sushin Shyam taking care of the music. It is being produced by Amal Neerad. Amal Neerad's last release was Varathan, starring Fahadh Faasil.