- If the latest reports are to be believed, the box office will see the clash of lady superstar Manju Warrier’s Udaharanam Sujatha with the much-awaited Dileep- starrer Ramaleela.
- After facing obstacles, Dileep's delayed film Ramaleela will hit the theatres on September 28.
This pooja holidays, Kerala movie buffs will witness a great battle between top actors like Dulquer Salmaan, Dileep, Manju Warrier and Tovino Thomas. Just like we have seen during the Onam season, where Mohanlal, Mammootty, Prithviraj and Nivin Pauly clashed at the box office.
If the latest reports are to be believed, the box office will see the clash of lady superstar Manju Warrier’s Udaharanam Sujatha with the much-awaited Dileep-starrer Ramaleela.
After facing obstacles, Dileep's delayed film Ramaleela will hit the theatres on September 28. Produced by Tomichan Mulakuppadam under the banner of Mulakuppadam Films, the movie is directed by debutant Arun Gopy.
On the other hand, Manju's film Udaharanam Sujatha, directed by debutant Phantom Praveen, is also expected to release in the same week, say reports. The movie is produced by Martin Prakkat and Joju George.
The movie is said to be the remake of the Tamil film Amma Kanakku, which itself is a remake of the Hindi film Nil Battey Sannata. In the movie Manju plays the role of Sujatha, a woman living in a colony, doing odd jobs.
This is not the first time that Dileep and Manju's movies are releasing in the same season. Earlier, the ex-couple's films Jo and the Boy and Two Countries had clashed at the box office during the 2015 Christmas season.
Manju's movie Jo and The Boy did average business. However, Dileep's Two countries was a blockbuster and one of the biggest hits in recent years.
A few other movies are also releasing this festival season, including Biju Menon starrer Sherlock Toms, Tovino Thomas starrer Tharangam and Sunny Wayne's much-awaited film Pokkiri Simon.
Dulquer Salmaan’s Parava and Solo were slated to release this month. But there is no official confirmation regarding the dates yet. There is a buzz that Mohanlal's Villain might also hit the theatres on 28 September 2017, where Manju will be seen essaying an important role.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 7:06 PM IST