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Mammootty, Mohanlal and Dileep to play robbers

Last updated on: January 6, 2011 14:35 IST

Mammootty, Mohanlal and Dileep to play robbers

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Meghna George in Kochi

The Malayalam hit scriptwriting duo of Siby K Thomas and Udayakrishna are all set to direct their maiden film, Arakkallan Mukkaal Kallan. The story is based on three robbers, which will be played by Mammootty, Mohanlal and Dileep.

Siby and Udayan had started their careers as assistant directors and later went on to become the busiest scenarists in Malayalam films. They have scripted Twenty 20, with almost every actor in the Malayalam industry in its cast.

Last year, the duo had written the script for the hit films Pokkiri Raja and Karyasthan. The multi-starrer Christian Brothers, scripted by them and directed by Joshiy, will hit the cinemas soon.


Image: Mammootty and Mohanlal

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Jayasurya croons Silsila Hai silsila

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In V K Prakash's Three Kings, Jayasurya will sing the song Silsila Hai Silsila. The rather 'unfortunate' song and the video version hogged the headlines for all the wrong reasons, with criticisms from virtually everyone who saw it on the Internet. As per reports, the recording of the song was held recently in the presence of the makers of the original version.

Three Kings is a laugh riot with Kunchacko Boban, Indrajith and Jayasurya playing the lead roles. The story is about three cousins who want to make a quick buck by hook or by crook.

Jayasurya completed the shooting for Christian Brothers recently.


Image: A scene from Three Kings

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Shabana performs Broken Images in Kochi

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Shabana Azmi performed a play, written by Girish Karnad and directed by Alyque Padamsee, at JT PAC in Kochi recently.

Broken Images
 is a psychological thriller and displayed two facets of a celebrity. It was a 'double role' on stage, with the aid of technology.

Some of the best talents in the country have performed at JTPAC in the past. Mohanlal is actively involved in the proceedings of the 'Jose Thomas Performing Arts Centre' and he says that it is a great achievement with the Malayali audiences having a chance to witness some truly world-class artistes.

Image: Shabana Azmi

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