"He is the architect of the nation who led the construction of metro projects in Delhi and Kochi. He accomplished the major task of constructing Konkan railway," the Malayalam superstar said
Mammootty, Prithviraj, Sathyan Anthikad, Fazil, and other esteemed members from the film fraternity graced the occasion.
Amitabh Bachchan wishes Mohanlal as the Mollywood star begins filming for directorial debut 'Barroz'
'Barroz' will reportedly features an international cast, with actors from Spain, Portugal, Ghana and America.
Talking about his character, Mohanlal adds that George Kutty has become quite popular.
The 'Drishyam 2' actor took to his Instagram handle and shared pictures of him being given a shot of the vaccine and also expressed gratitude to the medical fraternity and hospitals for their efforts.
The Malayalam language historical war film is set in the 16th century and chronicles the story of Kunjali Marakkar IV, a Malayali naval chieftain.
As per reports, Prithviraj Sukumaran will also have a role in the film. Santosh Sivan has joined as director of photography.
The film is billed as a big-budget 3D fantasy project and would reportedly feature an international cast, with actors from Spain, Portugal, Ghana and America.
Meanwhile, the actor is gearing up to shoot for Rathish Ambat’s second directorial feature, Theerpu, written by Murali Gopy.
The most impressive move Jeethu makes here to enhance the sequel is casting Murali Gopy in the role of, well, Georgekutty's nemesis - an astute, calculating senior police officer.
If the news of Rahman’s involvement is true, then Aaraattu will mark his reunion with Mohanlal after 29 years.
Joseph, 48, was also keen to explore society's perception about the family, which was suspected of committing a crime.
With Drishyam’s sequel premiering on Amazon Prime Video this Friday, Mohanlal gives Cinema Express an idea of what to expect from the film.
Mohanlal, who predominantly works in Malayalam cinema, started acting as a teenager in the late 1970s, but rose to prominence in the '80s with dramas like "Kireedam", "Rajavinte Makan".
The book, published by Penguin Random House India, will hit the stands on Valentine's Day -- February 14.