India is known across the globe for its rich culture and thrilling mythology, which has been beautifully shown in stunning cinematic gems in the recent past. The upcoming film Mamangam which stars the legendary actor Mammootty is set to recreate one such story from God's own city Kerala. The actor who has been winning the hearts of the Indian audiences since years is all set to present the visual extravaganza as the first Malayalam film to be dubbed in Hindi along with Tamil and Telugu versions.
Mamangam will showcase Mammootty as a mysterious character, in a never seen before avatar. The period film will portray a distinct tale and also showcase Kalari, the oldest martial art in the world unlike anything seen on screen before. Kavya Film Company presents Mammootty in Mamangam: History of the Brave. Produced by Venu Kunnapilly and directed by M Padmakumar, the film is set to hit the silver screen on November 21, 2019.
Check out the teaser below:
In an earlier conversation with Firstpost, Mammootty had opened up on the film. He was quoted as saying, "Mamangam is a content-driven period drama. When the script came to me I was impressed with layers in my characterisation, something I have not done before. It is a beautiful script-oriented period drama, where I play this mysterious character, which sports various looks, and is multi-dimensional. The new generation should know about some of Kerala’s unsung heroes.”
Producer of the film, Venu Kunnappilly, revealed in a conversation with New Indian Express, “Normally, people expect a lot of action in films of this sort. Mamangam is not just about the wars but also about a chaver’s journey, their preparations, separation from their families, and also the factors that dissuade them from their goal. If you look at the history of the chavers, they’ve always encountered setbacks.”
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