Actor Mammootty joins LDF leader and actor Innocent's roadshow in Kerala

It is said that it was after Mammootty's recommendation that the LDF decided to field Innocent in 2014 when he defeated Congress veteran PC Chacko.

Published: 20th April 2019 08:37 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th April 2019 08:37 PM   |  A+A-

LDF Chalakudy candidate and MP Innocent with actor Mammootty

LDF Chalakudy candidate and MP Innocent with actor Mammootty (Photo| Facebook/ Innocent)


CHALAKUDY: Superstar Mammootty on Saturday joined his fellow actor and CPM supported Independent candidate from this parliamentary constituency, Innocent, in Kerala for a roadshow.

Innocent is seeking a second term from the seat and taking him on is two-time former Congress legislator and present convenor of the UDF Benny Behanan. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader AN Radhakrishnan is also in the fray.

Mammootty and Innocent are close pals and the former had earlier claimed that it was after he had put in a word, that the CPM decided to field Innocent in 2014 when he trounced Congress veteran PC Chacko.


On Saturday, Mammootty, dressed in typical Kerala dhoti and shirt, accompanied Innocent in an open jeep during the five-minute roadshow in Behanan village in Perambavur.

Former CPM legislator Saju Paul who was coordinating the campaign said: "Politics is strange. In 2014, present Thrissur Lok Sabha BJP candidate and Rajya Sabha member superstar Suresh Gopi campaigned for Innocent. We are leaving nothing to chance as we are determined to ensure that Innocent gets a second term."


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