Updated December 22nd, 2023 at 22:19 IST
When Mohanlal met Mammootty: Malayalam stars get clicked together, photo goes viral
While Mohanlal is awaiting the release of his period drama Malaikottai Vaaliban, Mammootty just saw through the release of Kaathal - The Core.
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A recent picture of Malayalam cinema's biggest stars meeting with one another has been doing the rounds of the internet. The photo in question, shows Mohanlal and Mammootty, posing together cordially. Mohanlal can be seen dressed in a grey, patterned button down, paired with a veshthi. Mammootty on the other hand can be seen dressed in a casual white button down carrying a whimsical pattern, also paired with a veshthi.
Mohanlal has a long lineup of projects
Mohanlal is currently gearing up for the release of period drama Malaikottai Vaaliban, directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery. Besides this, the veteran actor has six other projects in various stages of development. Foremost among these, is Vrushubha - a bilingual film which will notably also star Shanaya Kapoor in her acting debut.
Besides this Mohanlal has completed filming for Barroz: Guardian of D'Gama's Treasure. Even as Mohanlal gears up for the release of these completed pictures, he is currently also filming for Ram: Part 1 and Ram: Part 2. The actor also has a cameo lined up in Telugu film Kannappa starring Vishnu Manchu. Salaar star Prithviraj Sukumaran is helming one of Mohanlal's next projects - L2: Empuraan, which is a sequel to 2019 film Lucifer.
Mammootty has had a packed year so far
Mammootty has seen through the release of Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam, Christopher, Kannur Squad and the very recent Kaathal - The Core, the last of which also featured Jyothika. The veteran actor has four other projects lined up for release. Two of these are completed and are currently going through post-production - namely, Bazooka and Kadugannawa Oru Yatra.
Mammootty is currently filming for Bramayugam and Turbo, the latter of which will also see the actor turn producer.
Published December 22nd, 2023 at 22:19 IST