Malik Bhai thanked those who said good words about ‘Manglish’

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Mammootty thanked those who saw the movie ‘Manglish’ and said good words about the movie. Mammootty posted his thanks message on his Facebook page in the name of Malik Bhai.

Within 24 hours, the post has received around 14,000 likes and more than 500 shares.

The initial reports indicate that the film is getting positive responses and will be a hit. After a series of misses, hopefully ‘Manglish’ will turn the tide in favor of Mammootty.

Dulquer Salman has sung the promo song of ‘Manglish’ directed by Salam Bappu. Caroline Beck from Netherland is the heroine. Tini Tom, Jojo, Vinay Fort, Mukundan, P Balachandran, Sudheer Karamana, Pauly, and Srinda Ashab also include the cast.

In the banner of Red Rose Creation, ‘Manglish’ is produced by Haneef Muhammed. The film is scripted by Riyaz.

Dulquer Salman sings promo for ‘Manglish’

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Dulquer Salman sings promo song for his father’s festival release ‘Manglish’. It was director Salaam Bappu’s idea to make Dulquer sing the song. The song is composed by Gopi Sunder.

The lines beginning “Njanga Ponenetta” are written by Santhosh Varma. The song is rendered in the typical Kochi-Mattancherry slang.

Dulquer wrote on his Facebook page, Just sang a promo song for ‘Manglish’ ! Many thanks to Gopi Sundar for always correcting my faults and encouraging my amateur attempts at singing ! Special thanks to Director Salaam Bapu for considering me for such a fun song ! Above all, all thanks to my Vappichi, my hero, for giving me everything. All the best Team Manglish !!

Gopi Sunder who is all praise for Dulquer Salman said, “He is like a professional singer and make sure he gives his best. His voice has a lot of freshness.”
He has made his debut as a playback singer by crooning the peppy number “Johny mone Johny…” in the hit movie ‘ABCD’.

This Eid is so special to both the father and son as the movies of both of them are releasing this weekend. Dulquer’s ‘Vikramadityan’ will hit theatres on this Friday and Mammootty’s ‘Manglish’ on Sunday, 27th July.

This Ramzan season will witness an interesting battle, in Malayalam

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Megastar Mammootty is all set to bounce back to winning ways after three flops this year, with Manglish. And taking him on is none other than his son and young hero, Dulquer Salmaan.

Dulquer is playing the hero (along with Unni Mukundan) in Lal Jose’s Vikramadityan. He is playing a rough and tough youth named Adityan. Dulquer is currently flying high after the super success of Bangalore Days.

Mammootty is all set for a grand comeback

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With three films to hit the screens in the coming months, Mammootty is all set to make a grand comeback to winning ways.
Munnariyippu, directed by Venu, has him playing a convict accused in the murder of two. The film is a thriller and there are huge expectations about the movie.

Manglish, directed by Red Wine director Salaam Bappu, has Mammootty playing a Fort Kochi based broker named Malik Bhai. His heroine in the film is a Dutch beauty Caroline Bech.

Right now, the superstar is shooting for debutant director Ajay Vasudevan’s Rajadhi Raja at Pollachi.

After films like Gangster, Praise the Lord and Balyakalasakhi, Mammootty is keen to make an impact at the box office with some hits.

‘Manglish’ getting ready

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Mammootty’s ‘Manglish’ has wrapped up its shoot and the movie is getting ready for release. The movie is directed by Salam Bappu.

Mammootty plays Malik Bhai who knows only Malayalam. A foreigner played by Caroline Beck reaches Kochi to seek the help of Malik Bhai. The humorous situations that occur when they cannot mutually follow their languages are narrated in ‘Manglish’.

Muhammed Haneef produces ‘Manglish’ under the banner of Red Rose Creations. Tini Tom, Jojo, Raveendran, Ramu, Vinay Fort, Sathar, Mukundan, Sunil Sugatha, Chembil Asokan, Paulin, Seema Rose, Kalabhavan Harish, Kalabhavan Rehman, and Anitha Lawrence are the other main actors in the film.

The script is by Riyaz. Gopi Sunder tunes music for the lyrics by Rafeeq Ahmed, Santhosh Varma, and Hari Narayanan.