After a dull period after Vishu with a very few hits emerging , June 14 , that is tomorrow will kickstart a really smart fight at the Mollywood Box Office, with three different intelligently planned movies getting ready to start their commercial screening. All these films also carry high expectations from the viewers who had been to its prepublicity news for some time.
The three biggies include 'Left, Right, Left, by ArunKumar Aravind, 'Thankyou' by V K Prakash and ABCD' by Martin Prakkat.Apart from that these are all curiously titled in English and that all of them has been granted clean 'U' certificates from the censors, the movies are much different in their narratives and genre.
Left, Right Left, which will be a multi narrative will have a satirical look into the current day society of Kerala. Featuring Murali Gopi, Indrajith, Lena , Hareesh and Ramya Nambeeshan in the lead roles, the movie has been in the discussions for quite some time for its political suggestions.The movie produced by Renjith Rajaputhra will get completed in 130 minutes.
Thankyou from VKP scripted by Arunlal is filmed on the streets of the capital city with Jayasuriya coming up as a mysterious man without a name. He travels in an auto in search of something which confuses the city police who is also after him . Honey rose and Sethu are the other lead actors in this movie which is touted as a realistic emotional thriller.'Thankyou ' presented to theatres by Marikkar films, will demand two hours of your patient viewing.
ABCD, the acronym of 'American Born Confused Desi' is the first release of Dulqar Salman this year. Especially coming after his commercial hits like 'Ustad hotel' and noted films like 'Theevram', this 'ABCD' will open as a hot property with the support of his new generation fans which are aplenty. Basically a humorous flick scripted by Sooraj-Neeraj and filmed at US A and Kerala, John Gregory known for his sitcom 'Akkarakaazhchakal' will debut into films playing the second fiddle to Dulqar in this movie.The movie also feature the playback singer in Dulqar, whose debut song 'Johny ...' tops the charts this week.'ABCD' which will introduce a new heroine in Aparna Gopinath, will be the longest movie among the three with a running time of around two hours and 35 minutes.