1971 Beyond Borders, the upcoming Mohanlal-Major Ravi movie, has been slated to release for Vishu 2017. The team recently started the final schedule filming of the highly anticipated movie, in Georgia.
According to the sources, the team is shooting the sequences
revolves around the UN Peacekeeping Force in Georgia. Reportedly,
Mohanlal's character Colonel Mahadevan has been portrayed as a
member of the UN Peacekeeping Force in the movie.
Interestingly, 1971 Beyond Borders will feature
Mohanlal in the double role, as Colonel Mahadevan and his father
Major Sahadevan. The movie deals with the real-life incidents
happened during the Indo-Pak war of 1971.
Reportedly, the team has been shooting some high voltage action
sequences, featuring the lead actor Mohanlal and a few supporting
actors, in Georgia. Mafia Sasi handles the action choreography of
1917 Beyond Borders, which is the fourth instalment of
the Major Mahadevan movie series, is a prequel to the
first part, Keerthichakra. The movie has been shot at the
various locations of Rajasthan, Kashmir, Punjab, Palakkad, and
Asha Sharath essays the female lead opposite Mohanlal in the movie, which also stars Arunodhay Singh, Allu Sirish, Renji Panicker, Saiju Kurup, Sudheer Karamana, etc. in the supporting roles.