The film is based on a festival celebrated during 17th century Kerala, in which warriors from different parts of the country would arrive to fight against each other.

Release date for Mammoottys Mamangam is here
Flix Mollywood Tuesday, November 12, 2019 - 18:59

Mamangam, the Malayalam historical starring Mammootty in the lead, is releasing on December 12. The film is based on a festival celebrated during 17th century Kerala, in which warriors from different parts of the country would arrive to fight against each other.

The trailer was released on November 2. Mammootty’s voice says in the trailer, "If even one person still goes for Mamangam from Valluvanadu, it's because the women prepare a pyre of revenge in their minds. You and I were born in the womb of such women."

The film is also releasing in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi languages. Unni Mukundan, who plays an important character in the film, recently revealed that he has dubbed for his portions for the Hindi version as he is proficient in the language.

He wrote on his Facebook, “I am thrilled to have completed my first Hindi dub. #Mamangam. It was a great honor to meet Mr Nagpal Sir (in Red waist coat), the owner of Fiesta studio who was the manager and all in all of legend #Devanand Sir. And a hearty thanks to dear Mr Mohan Nair Sir who wrote the Hindi dialogues for Mamangam and assisted me in dubbing.”

On the occasion of Unni Mukundan’s birthday, the makers of the actor’s upcoming film Mamangam released a new poster featuring him. In the attractive poster, he is seen kneeling down in deep thoughts with his sword resting on the ground.

The cast also includes Prachi Tehlan, Siddique, Achuthan, Iniya and Sudev Nair, among others.

Mamangam, made on a budget of Rs 50 crore, had begun its production with debut director Sajeev Pillai wielding the megaphone. But due to creative differences with the producers, noted filmmaker M Padmakumar was brought to replace Sajeev Pillai.

With Ganesh Rajavelu aka Jim Ganesh wielding the camera, M Jayachandran scoring the music, Sreekar Prasad in charge of the editing, and Kaecha Khamphakdee choreographing the stunts, it is a strong crew for the film. Mamangam is being bankrolled by Venu Kunnampilly under the banner Kavya Films.

(Content provided by Digital Native)

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