Mammootty injured on Mamankam sets


All are set to hit the screens this year itself. What’s more interesting is that his onscreen rival Mohanlal has also been tapped to play the same role under Priyadarshan’s guidance. He will also be playing Kunjali Marakkar under Santosh Sivan’s direction. Fortunately, the injury was not serious. The filmmakers have kept the look and the details of Mammootty’s role in the upcoming period drama a secret. He was injured during an action sequence. He took medical help and a day’s rest before returning to the sets and resumed shooting. The filmmakers have borrowed the title from Prem Nazir’s 1979 film Maamaankam and the project will also boast of a stellar star cast from around the country. 2018-02-20T12:36:54+00:00″>
Published: February 20, 2018 12:36 pm

Mammootty was injured during the shooting of an action sequence for his film Mamankam. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Hence the expectations from Mamankam is really high. After the last few years of an unimpressive run at the box office, Mammootty seems all set to dominate the big screen with a series of big-ticket films. The pre-production work of the project is going on in full swing. He was hugely successful playing Chathiyan Chandu and Pazhassi Raja in the past. Mamankam is his third film, where he plays a role which was made famous by Malabar folklore. It will be released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and English too. A grand set has been erected in Mangalore, where the film shooting has been going on. Related News
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