Lailaa O Lailaa Trailer Garners 2 Lakh Views

Published: 22nd April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd April 2015 05:56 AM   |  A+A-

Lailaa O Lailaa

The trailer of big budget Malayalam movie Lailaa O Lailaa has garnered a whopping two lakh views in just a week.

The 90-second trailer of the romantic thriller, which was released last week, has been trending on social media sites as well and has become the talk of the town.

 The movie stars Mohanlal in the lead role and Amala Paul playing his love interest.

The trailer has been peppered with some mind boggling car chases, exotic locales, witty punchlines and a melodious music track. Fans are already raving about how the onscreen pair is oozing chemistry and looking stunning together.

Renowned director Unnikrishnan Bhaskaran Pillai who has presented us with gems like Madambi, Grandmaster and Mr Fraud has said that he was looking forward to the exciting flick.

“This one  seems to be quite eventful and entertaining. Look forward to watching the film.”

The film promises to create a genre that has never been seen before in Mollywood.  Many of its sequences have been likened to Bollywood flicks.

The trailer also marks the coming of age of Malayalam cinema, as it’s a unique recipe with all the required ingredients needed for a success story at the box office. Renowned Bollywood script writer Suresh Nair makes his Malayalam film debut with this film.

Produced by FineCut Entertainments Pvt. Ltd, Lailaa O Lailaa releases on May 7.

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