Mammootty, the Big M of Mollywood recently opened up about his upcoming movie Kasaba and its director Nithin Renji Panicker. Mammootty was talking in the recent interview given to Manorama online.
The megastar states he decided to do Kasaba, as Nithin is a youngster with a different style and viewpoint. Mammootty feels that the young director is not much influenced by his father Renji Panicker's film-making style.
Instead, Nithin has his own outlook towards film-making, which is a quality. Mammootty also remarked that the Kasaba director is confident, egoless youngster, who is extremely comfortable to work with.
When Nithin Renji Panicker approached Mammootty for the project, the actor was not satisfied with the script. He openly discussed his doubts about the screenplay with the director and asked him to re-work on it.
Nithin accepted Mammootty's suggestions and met him after a few days with a more refined version of the screenplay. The actor is impressed with the fact that Nithin confidently penned the script for his directorial venture.
Mammootty states that Nithin Panicker has succeeded in satisfying him, with the final output of the project. Well, we are eagerly waiting to watch the Big M's police avathar on the silver screen, soon.