Mammootty’s Parole to hit screens on March 31

While actors Miya George and Innya are the female leads, Telugu actor Prabhakar, who impressed audiences with his warlord Kalakeya act in Baahubali: The Beginning, also plays an important role in the film. Mammootty also has another period film in the pipeline with filmmaker Santosh Sivan. Mammootty was previously seen in Street Lights, which was cinematographer Shamdat’s directorial debut. The project titled Kunjali Marakkar is currently in the pre-production stage. The shooting is happening on the grand sets built in Mangalore. 2018-03-01T15:12:11+00:00″>
Published: March 1, 2018 3:12 pm

Mammootty’s next film Parole gets a release date

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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd A promo video that was released recently suggests that Parole follows the story of Alex, who is locked up in prison for some reasons. The budget of the film is said to be Rs 50 crore and will be simultaneously released in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and even in English. The promo flips through the pages of Alex’s photo album, which contains important and defining moments in his life. Parole opens in cinemas on March 31. He is currently busy shooting for Mamankam, a period drama based on a Malabar folklore. The big-budget period film is helmed by debutante director Sajeev Pillai. The film is inspired by a true story and it is helmed by debutant director Sharrath Sandith and written by Ajith Poojappura.