Manju recalled that she was called to star in Priyadarshan-Mohanlal duo’s Chandralekha (1997) and regretted not being able to do it due to various factors.
No case was registered for the illegal possession of 13 ivory artefacts found at the actor’s residence, submitted the petitioner.
A few days ago, it was revealed that Prithviraj Sukumaran has sung a special track for it.
Mohanlal’s latest is an unexciting action-family drama that has nothing new to offer.
Mamangam actor Prachi Tehlan has revealed she is in talks to appear in Mohanlal-Jeethu Joseph’s Ram.
Indrajith Sukumaran has been cast in an integral part while Adil Hussain appears in a small, yet crucial, role.
A biopic of renowned musician Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavathar is in the works.
Touted as an action thriller, the film will see Mohanlal paired opposite Trisha for the first time. Indrajith and Adil Hussain will appear in pivotal roles
Jeethu has revealed that the film won’t be in the same vein as Drishyam and that he is hoping to make a different kind of mass thriller.
Given the track record of Shafi and Vishnu so far, this project is expected to be a comedy-laden, family-friendly entertainer as well.
As per reports, Durga Krishna will be also part of the film in the role of the sister of Trisha’s character.
The case first surfaced in 2011, following an income tax raid at the superstar's home in Kochi, when it came to light that he was in possession of elephant tusks.
Mohanlal has been charge-sheeted for illegal possession of ivory and failing to inform the Chief Wildlife Warden about its possession and transfer.
The 25-crore project, which marks Siddique’s third collaboration with Mohanlal after Vietnam Colony and Ladies & Gentleman, also stars Arbaaz Khan.
Petitioner James Mathew of Pathanamthitta, a retired forester, said Income Tax officials had seized two pairs of ivories and 13 artefacts.