Vegetable vendor releases Operation Alamelamma  teaser

The teaser of Suni's upcoming film Operation Alamelamma was released on Friday.

Published: 10th December 2016 01:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th December 2016 06:59 AM   |  A+A-

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Manish Rishi and Shraddha Srinath
in Operation Alamelamma

The teaser of Suni's upcoming film Operation Alamelamma was released on Friday. What was unique throught about it was that the teaser was launched by a vegetable vendor at a Rajajinagar market. Director who is introducing Manish Rishi to big screen, plays the role of a vegetable vendor, Purmy in the movie. The director gives us a glimpse of the teaser and explains, "The hero who is a vegetable vendor has this craze for bidding. He is also fascinated by big brands, but flaunts around fake brand clothing. His craze for brands traps him in a crime situation. Usually a movie plot revolves around a boy chasing after a girl, but here the hero is on a pursuit to find his parents as he is an orphan".

The next teaser will be released by a teacher, as Shraddha Srinath's character, Ananya is a teacher.
Operation Alamelamma is Suni's first attempt at a thriller, a kidnap plot. The film has Abhishek Kasargod's camerawork and BJ Bharath's music.

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