Dileep takes on media at Kammara Sambhavam audio launch


Dileep revealed that he will be seen in the upcoming film Kammara Sambhavam in as many as five getups. And he didn’t miss the opportunity to take gleeful potshots at the media. “Rathish was in shock and he asked the producers as to what to do next. I grew that beard during those three months. Related News
For a Mumbai flat and Odiyan role, Manju Warrier conspired against Dileep: AccusedKammara Sambhavam teaser: Dileep, Siddharth set the stage for a powerful period dramaIra draws inspiration from Dileep’s lifeThe audio of Kammara Sambhavam, starring Dileep and Siddharth in the lead roles, was released by actor Nivin Pauly at an event in Kochi on Tuesday. That look was still under discussion when I was hit by a tsunami following which I had gone away (read imprisoned) for three months. Gopal and Praveen told Rathish that he (Dileep) wouldn’t have done anything like that. Composer Gopi Sundar has scored the music for the period drama set in the pre-independence era. Dileep addressed his fans and the media on a public platform, for the first time since he came out of jail last October. However, he assured his fans that the film will open in theatres during Vishu. I thank the media for helping it happen,” he said. “The three of five looks that I sport in the film are important ones. He said director Rathish Ambat had already spent about Rs 10 crore making the film before he got arrested in the Malayalam actress abduction and assault case. Dileep said Kammara Sambhavam is on the verge of completing the censor formalities and soon its release date will be announced. 2018-04-03T14:17:17+05:30″>
Published: April 3, 2018 2:17:17 pm

Dileep revealed that he will be seen in the upcoming film Kammara Sambhavam in as many as five getups. Besides playing an important role, Murali Gopy has also penned the script. There are so many reasons, no?”

Kammara Sambhavam, which has been made on a budget over Rs 20 crore, will mark the Malayalam debut of Siddharth and the directorial debut of ad-filmmaker Ratheesh. We will wait till he comes out,” he recalled, expressing his gratitude to the producers for their trust in him. Dileep thanked his fans and his well-wishers in the industry for standing by him during his trying times. He asked for blessings and the support of his fans for the film and ended the speech with a parting shot at the media. “We hadn’t shot the sequences with the bearded look, which you saw in the song. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd “I don’t know what you guys will say. We first shot with the younger and older look, which is aged 94, of Kammara,” he said, setting up his audience for a punchline aimed at the media.