After a pleasant January, the Malayalam film industry has entered the month of February, with high hopes and expectations pinned up on the month.
Despite the theatre strike that affected the industry badly, the
previous month was a fruitful one, considering the fact that two
big super hits came in the form of Mohanlal's Munthirivallikal
Thalirkkumbol and Dulquer Salmaan starrer Jomonte
Unlike January, the month of February has some good number of
movies in store, for the audiences. Take a look at the Malayalam
movies, which would be hitting the theatres in February 2017. Read
Fukri, directed by Siddique and featuring Jayasurya in
the lead role, will be the first big release of the month. The film
has been slated for a release on February 3, 2017. The movie which
will be in the lines of a family entertainer is expected to bring
in family audiences in large numbers to the theatres.
Ezra, is one of the most awaited movies of the year.
This Prithviraj starrer has raised the expectations to a new level
with the teasers and the posters of the movie released, so far. The
film, directed by debutant Jay K is expected to be a different
horror movie. Ezra will hit the theatres on February 10,
Veeram is coming to the theatres with the label of
being the most expensive Malayalam movie of all-time. The movie,
directed by Jayaraj is a loose adaptation of William Shakespeare's
Macbeth. Veeram was earlier screened in various film
festivals and has won wide praises. The movie will hit the theatres
on February 17, 2017.
Vineeth Sreenivasan is all set to impress the viewers with his
upcoming film Aby, which will narrate the story of a
youngster who dreams to make an aeroplane. The film, directed by
Srikanth Murali was earlier planned as January release, but now the
film will release on February 23, 2017.
In fact, the month of February will witness the release of one
Malayalam movie per week. As mentioned above, Jayasurya starrer
Fukri will start off the race with the movie gracing the
screens on February 3, 2017.
In fact, films like Veeram and Aby were
earlier planned as January releases but the theatre strike had
forced the makers to push forward the dates.
Meanwhile, Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol and Jomonte Suvisheshangal are expected to continue their good run in the theatres in February, as well and thus posing stiff competition to the new releases.