Mamangam is Malayalam movie. It is period action film directed by M. Padmakumar. First Schedule of the is Directed by Sajeev Pillai but was replaced by M. Padmakumar. The film is based on the Mamankam festival of the 18th century in the banks of the Bharathappuzha at Tirunavaya, in the Malabar region. movie Starring by Mammootty, Unni Mukundan, Prachi Tehlan and Achuthan.
The film originally shot in Malayalam will be dubbed in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi and will be released respective. And it became the first Malayalam Cinema set to release world wide in 4 languages on same day. Movie Released worldwide Today (12th December 2019) Mamangam is regarded as the most expensive malayalam movie ever made.
Genre: Drama, Historrical
Cast: Mammootty, Unni Mukundan, Prachi Tehlan
Direction: M Padmakumar
Producer: Venu Kunnappilly
Time Covered: 157 Minutes
Release date: 12th December 2019
The period film set in the 18th century tells the tale of suicide warriors aka chaaverukal against the backdrop of Mamangam Maholtsavam. The tale revolves around a 12-year-old boy named Chandunni and the bravest warrior of the era as they try reclaim what is rightfully theirs.
Mamangam, the historical drama which Starring Mammootty in the lead role is all set to hit the theatres today. The highly-anticipated film, which is directed by M Padmakumar, is having a record release with about 400 screens in Kerala alone. Mamangam has been simultaneously released in four languages, including Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. The Mammootty starrer has been making headlines right from the beginning with its stellar star cast, talented technical crew, and whopping budget. The recently released teaser, trailer, and song videos have totally impressed the audiences and raised the expectations over Mamangam, which is said to be the most expensive project of Mammootty's acting career.
Reportedly, the megastar is essaying the role of a defeated chaaver (suicide attacker) in the movie, which revolves around the legendary Mamangam festival which happed at the banks of Bharathapuzha, Thirunavaya. Mammootty is appearing in four different get-ups in the movie. However, the makers have not revealed the details of his character, which is said to be the biggest suspense factor of the film. Achuthan, the newcomer child artist essays a pivotal role in Mamangam. Unni Mukundan, the young actor appears as Chandroth Panicker in the historical drama, which features Prachi Tehlan, Anu Sithara, and Kaniha as the female leads. Shankar Ramakrishnan has written the adapted screenplay and dialogues for Mamangam, which is produced by Venu Kunnappilly for Kavya Films. Mamangam, Malayalam Movie Is expected To Grand Success At Boc Office.
Actor Mammootty and Master Achuthan both maintain a stoic expression throughout the film and it helps convey the seriousness of the characters. The banter between the Mammootty and Unni Mukundan is among the few highlights of Mamangam.