Barroz: Guardian of D’Gama’s Treasure Movie is an upcoming Indian Malayalam-language fantasy adventure film directed by Mohanlal in his directorial debut. The screenplay has written by Jijo Punnoose based on his novel Barroz: Guardian of D’ Gama’s Treasure. It stars Mohanlal in the title role, with Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shayla McCaffrey, Sara Vega, and Rafael Amargo in supporting roles. Shot in 3D, the film has produced by Antony Perumbavoor through the company Aashirvad Cinemas. Here you can find the Barroz: Guardian of D’Gama’s Treasure Movie details.
Barroz has been protecting D’ Gama’s treasure for 400 years and has been entrusted to hand over the treasure to a true descendant of D’ Gama. One day, a boy comes in search of Barroz, claiming that he is a descendant of Vasco da Gama. For the rest of the film, Barroz sets on a journey to find out the boy’s true ancestors and history.
Barroz: Guardian of D’Gama’s Treasure is a 3D fantasy film that will mark the directorial debut of the Mollywood star Mohanlal. The movie will focus on the life of Barroz, a man entrusted by the voyager Vasco De Gama to guard his treasure until his successor returns to claim it. Barroz’s mission lasts for more than 400 years until a young boy claims to be Vasco De Gama’s descendant. Barroz: Guardian of D’Gama’s Treasure released in 2022.
Mollywood star Mohanlal plays the lead role in Barroz: Guardian of D’Gama’s Treasure. He will also be directing the movie. In the movie, Barroz will be shown as D’Gama’s treasure’s guardian. He protects the treasure for more than 400 years and must wait until a descendant of De Gama returns to claim the treasure.
Mohanlal will also have seen in the movie Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian Sea. He will be starring alongside Suniel Shetty, Manju Warrier, Prabhu, and Arjun Sarja among others. The movie is set to release on May 13, 2021. The movie has received a National Award for Best Special Effects as well as for Best Feature Film. Mohanlal dedicated the award to the Indian Navy. He is the also first person in south Indian film to make a film in 70 mm format.