'What The Fish' is the title of a pan-world movie marking the return of Manchu Manoj after a six-year hiatus. Produced by 6ix Cinemas, it will be shot in Canada (especially Toronto) for a period of 75 days.
Written and directed by Varun Korukonda, the film is described by the makers as a "heart-pumping, action-packed, and hilarious" outing that is going to be high on dark comedy and thrills.
Coming with the caption 'Manam Manam Barampuram', the film is touted to be a "sincere attempt to show culturally routed Indian content internationally."
The makers have roped in "a world-renowned cast and crew", whose names will be made official soon. "It's been a long time since I did any film but I’m blessed to have had all your love upon me all these years and it’s high time to give back all the Love (sic)," tweeted Manoj, sharing the news.
The film is touted to be an attempt to bring out a masterpiece made with top-notch technical standards.