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Watch: Pranav Mohanlal perform stunts in making of 'Aadhi' video

MollywoodThe actor allowed a dupe to do a stunt that wasn’t too risky but took upon himself to do the riskiest shots.Digital NativeDigital NativeQuite a few weeks ago, the director of Aadhi, Jeethu Joseph revealed that Pranav Mohanlal had done most of the stunts in the film without opting for a dupe. In fact, the youngster allowed a dupe to do a stunt that wasn’t too risky but took upon himself to do the riskiest shots. And now, the making of the film video has been released revealing all the hard work he had put into the film. Aadhi, which marked the debut of Mohanlal’s son Pranav as hero, hit the marquee on January 26 and is running to packed houses. The youngster has proved himself as an actor with his very first film. The movie had released on a grand scale. On the first day of release, the movie has collected 1.5 crores at the box-office. Written and directed by Jeethu Joseph, Aadhi has been bankrolled by Anthony Perumbavoor under his banner Aashirvad Films. While Pranav plays the title role in the movie, its star cast also includes Aditi Ravi, Anusree, Jagapati Babu, Siddique, Lena, Sharaf U Dheen, Siju Wilson, and Krishna Shankar. Anil Johnson had composed the tunes for this flick with Satheesh Kurup cranking the camera and Ayoob Khan editing it. Apart from playing the lead role in Aadhi, he had also written and sung the number “Gypsy Woman” in the film. Pranav Mohanlal began his career in the film industry as a child artiste and won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist for the film Punarjani in 2002. Before taking his call as a hero, he had assisted director Jeethu Joseph in a couple of films which also included the Kamal Haasan starrer Papanasam, the Tamil remake of the Malayalam blockbuster Drishyam. With the release of his debut film getting positive reviews, film buffs are waiting eagerly to know about his next but Pranav seems to be in no hurry to sign on the dotted lines (Content provided by Digital Native)
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Sam Smith's Spectre theme 'Writing's On The Wall' is set to become the first No.1 Bond theme

Sam Smith's Spectre theme 'Writing's On The Wall' is set to become the first No.1 Bond theme
Sam Smith is set to claim the first ever chart-topping Bond theme on Friday with 'Writing's On The Wall'.

The Spectre song currently has double the combined sales of its closest competitor, Justin Bieber's 'What Do You Mean?'.

22 best and worst (pre-Spectre) Bond theme songs ranked: Every single's here, but which are classics and which need their 00 status revoked?

To date none of the previous bond themes have claimed the number one spot in the UK, with Adele's 'Skyfall' and Duran Duran's 'A View To A Kill' narrowly missing the position and peaking at number two.

Meanwhile R City and Adam Levine's 'Locked Away' is at three, Sigala's 'Easy Love' slips two places to four and The Weeknd's 'Can't Feel My Face' completes the Top 5.

Nick Brewer is set to enter the charts at eight with 'Talk To Me', which samples
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