Mammootty places high hopes on ‘Maya Bazaar’July 10th, 2008 - 3:42 pm ICT by IANS
Thiruvananthapuram, July 10 (IANS) Malayalam superstar Mammootty, who is on a roll after a string of successes, now places high hopes on his next venture “Maya Bazaar”. He says the film’s refreshing story line will appeal to the audience. Speaking to IANS, the veteran actor, who gave hits like “Maayavi” and “Kadha parayumbol”, informed that “Maya Bazaar” will be directed by debutant Thomas Sebastian and shooting will commence next week at Pollachi in Tamil Nadu.
“The story is really refreshing, entertaining and also one that will leave the audience thinking,” said Mammootty who has just returned after a week-long break in Bali islands.
“I enjoyed the much needed break. I am now fresh and am really excited about ‘Maya Bazaar’, he added.
Without giving out much details about the film, he said: “The film tells the tale of people engaged in dealing with buying old vehicles and breaking them down.”
“Maya Bazaar” has two heroines - one is a new face and another is from Bollywood.
Mammootty’s other most talked about project is “Pazhassi Raja”, a historical film about Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja, popularly known as the Lion of Kerala, who was a king in the 18th century from the Kottayam royal family. The film is being directed by Hariharan and Mammootty plays the title role.
Thed actor is also working in “Kutti Shranku”.
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