/Mammootty’s Mamangam to simultaneously release in Telugu on November 21

Mammootty’s Mamangam to simultaneously release in Telugu on November 21

The historical drama will be the first Malayalam movie to have a release in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi…

Embarking on his journey as an actor before 40 years and having been a part of more than 300 movies, Mammootty has been the cynosure of pan-Indian audiences. His diversified roles and performances continue to inspire many. His films like Swati Kiranam and Yatra have made Telugu people own him.

Significantly, the actor’s upcoming film Mamangam has already created waves in the Indian film panorama for the ethnic values and cultural history it carries. From the magnificently glorious set works to the breathtaking action sequences that are based on the world’s most ancient form of martial arts – Kalaripayattu, which originated from this land, what’s going to be more enthralling is the iconic actor Mammootty appearing in a role that is laced with mysteries and multiple looks.

Directed by M Padmakumar with the backdrops of 1695, Mamangam is based on a religious festival, which was held once in 12 years at Thirunavaya across the banks of Bharatpuzha. As part of the history, fierce battles were waged by a few men against a mighty king during Mamangam for 280 years.

As part of the film, it will showcase and highlight the story of one glorious unknown hero in an extraordinary narrative. Produced by Venu Kunnappilly under Kavya Film Company at a whopping budget, Mamangam will be the first-ever Malayalam movie to release in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi respectively.

Now as the teaser is out, it opens up to the visual grandeur of Mamangam festival celebration back in AD 1695. Receiving a stunning response from Telugu audience, the film is releasing on November 21. The cast also includes actors like Unnimukundan, Achuthan, Sidhique, Manikkuttan, Manikandan Achary, Tarun Arora, Prachi Tehlan, Kaniha, Anu Sithara, Iniya in key roles. Manoj Pillai has clanked the camera for this project that has music by M Jayachandran.

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Srivathsan Nadadhur is an engineer-turned-journalist who has contributed reports for leading media publications like The Hindu, Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, The News Minute and Deccan Herald. He primarily writes on entertainment, art, culture and technology. When he's not working, he can be spotted at a movie premiere, reading a novel or writing poems.