While he saved the sagging career of Mammootty with the smashing blockbuster 'New Delhi' (1987), he firmly put Mohanlal on the perch as a superstar with the runaway hit 'Rajavinte Makan' (1986).
The film follows a priest and a police officer trying to solve a set of mysterious suicides but as their investigation closes in, they discover another crime with even farther-reaching consequences.
At a polling booth in Kochi where actor Mammootty came to cast his vote, heated arguments took place between voters and fans of the actor who crowded the entrance to catch a glimpse of him
Unnecessary distractions mar a political drama that shows much promise initially
In soon-to-be released One, the megastar plays the role of Kadakkal Chandran, a stern and bold chief minister
It is a half remarkable thriller saved by twists.
Harshad who worked on 'Unda' has teamed up with 'Varathan' fame Suhas-Sharfu duo to pen the screenplay.
Aside from this film, the screenwriter is also scripting the Lucifer sequel Empuraan, along with Theerpu, his second film with Kammara Sambavam director Rathish Ambat
We had reported that director Amal Neerad will be reuniting again for a sequel to Big B titled Bilal.
The movie’s script is by director T K Rajeev Kumar, who had earlier directed movies like Chanakyan and Pavithram.
This follows the postponement of the release date of some of the keenly anticipated Malayalam movies.
Mammootty-Manju Warrier film The Priest will hit theatres in the first week of February.
We had reported earlier that Mammootty will be starring in a film helmed by executive producer-turned-director Ratheena Sharshad.
The movie is more or like a test dose for producers and distributors to assess the situation.
The roles Soorya (played by Rajini) and Deva (played by Mammootty) set the biggest of friendship goals in that 90s.