Malayalam actor Mammootty is celebrating his 69th birthday today, I.e. Monday, September 7, 2020. An extraordinary artiste, Mammootty has a massive fan following down the south, especially Mollywood. On Mammootty's birthday, his fans have arranged virtual celebrations to celebrate the special day. Here are a few iconic dialogues from Mammootty's films that have a special place in the hearts of the Malayalam movie audiences.
The dialogue is from Malayalam movie Big B, where Mammootty essays the role of Bilal, a deadly gangster from Kochi, Kerala. The movie's dialogue is till date recalled by the fans of Mammootty, who are eagerly waiting for the sequel of the 2007 hit movie. The film directed by Amal Neerad also features actors likes Manoj K Jayan, Bala, Lena, Mamta Mohandas, and others in prominent roles.
Kochi pazhaya kochi allennu ariyaam, pakshe Bilalu pazhaya Bilalu thanneya" . "I know this Kochi isnt the Old Kochi, but Bilal is still the old Bilal" 🅱️ . . 🤔 Pazhaya is an adjective in Malayalam meaning old! Sometimes in dialect it sounds like pazhe. 👵🏻 . Tell me your favorite dialogues! . Big B (2007)Posted by Learn Malayalam with EliKutty on Monday, 30 March 2020
The dialogue is from Mammootty starrer Rajamanikyam, where he plays the role of a cattle trader. The movie directed by Anwar Rasheed saw Mammootty ace the Trivandram-slang with finesse. Interestingly, the Mammootty starrer was remade into Kannada and Bengali languages. The movie completes 15 years of its release on November 4, 2020.
The dialogue from Mammootty's Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha, where he plays the part of Chandu Chekavar, a 16th-century warrior. The movie directed by Hariharan is till date considered to be one of Mammootty's best work as an actor. Interestingly, Mammootty got the National Film Award for Best Actor (Male) for his role in the historical drama.
The dialogue is from Malayalam film Pranchiyettan & The Saint. The movie has Mammootty essaying the role of businessman Pranchiyettan, who tries tooth and nail to get a name for himself. However, fails at every attempt. The above-mentioned dialogue is said by Mammooty's character to one of the characters of the film. Interestingly, Mammootty got Kerala State Award for Best Actor for his role in the Ranjith-directorial.
The dialogue is from Shaji Kailas-directorial The King (1995). The movie, starring Mammootty in the lead was one of the highest-grossing movies of that year. Reason of which, the film got a sequel with Mammootty and Suresh Gopi in 2012.
Mammootty will be next seen in political drama One. The movie has an ensemble cast consisting of actors like Mammootty, Srinivasan, Samyukta Menon, Joju George, Renji Panicker, and Murali Gopy among others. The Santosh Viswanath-directorial has Mammootty essaying the role of Kerala Chief Minister. On Mammootty's birthday, the makers of One released a new teaser of the film, amping the expectations of the moviegoers.
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