The first breakthrough of Mammootty’s era action epic, Mamangam, was released in Hindi. In particular, the Tamil and Telugu trailers are still waiting, while Malayalam’s trailer was presented on September 28. The film tells the true story of the medieval Mamangam festival.

Malayalam Mammootty’s film industry mega star has played the role of a warrior in several of her films. He was seen as Chanthu Chekavar in Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha and also as Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja in Pazhassi Raja. Now he is ready to play the role of warrior once again in his next film, Mamangam, in which he plays the role of Chekavar. The film is directed by M Padmakumar and produced by Venu Kunnappilly.

After launching the Malayalam teaser a few days ago, the creators of Mamangam have presented the teaser in Hindi. Set in 1695, the teaser shows how the Mamangam festival was celebrated in the best way during that time. He then shows Unni Mukundan and a young Prachi Tehlan fighting Zamorin’s rulers to overthrow them. Then comes the greatest warrior of all Mammootty like Chekavar, who is fast and invincible. Only a few glimpses of the mega star are shown and they will remind you that nobody is like him.

Watch the teaser below:

In addition to Mammootty, Unni and Prachi, Mamangam also stars Siddique, Achuthan, Anusitara, Iniya, Kaniha, Tarun Arora, Suresh Krishna, Manikuttan, Sudev Nair and Manikandan in key roles. The movie premiere is scheduled for November 21, 2019.

Originally in Malayalam, Mamangam has been dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

Before talking about it, Mammootty had told Firstpost: “Mamangam is a period drama based on content. When the script came to me, I was impressed by the layers in my characterization, something I hadn’t done before. It’s a beautiful period. script-oriented drama, where I play this mysterious character, who wears several looks and is multidimensional. The new generation should know some of Kerala’s anonymous heroes.

In an interview with The Times of India, Mammootty had said that the challenge in the film was to mix the graphics with the original images so that the public cannot distinguish between the two.

Mamangam is scheduled to reach the big screens on November 21.

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