1971 Beyond Borders, the upcoming Mohanlal movie has
created a huge hype among the audiences even much before its
release. Now, the satellite rights of 1971 Beyond Borders
have been sold for a record price.
If the reports are to be true, popular Malayalam television
channel Amrita TV has bagged the satellite rights of the Mohanlal
movie, for a whopping amount. However, the team is yet to confirm
the reports officially.
As per the close sources, several popular Malayalam channels,
including Asianet, Mazhavil Manorama, Surya TV, were in the race
for the satellite rights. But, Amrita TV finally managed to beat
its contemporary channels.
1971 Beyond Borders, which is written and directed by
Major Ravi, is the fourth instalment of Major Mahadevan film
series. If the rumours are to be believed, the movie is a prequel
to the first part of the series, Keerthichakra.
Mohanlal is appearing as Major Mahadevan, who has now been
promoted as a Colonel, and his father ex-soldier Sahadevan. The
movie is depicted in the backdrops of Indo-Pak war of 1971 and UN
Peace Keeping Force.
The movie, which stars Allu Sirish and Arunodhay Singh in the
key roles, was widely shot at the various locations of Georgia,
Rajasthan, Kashmir, Punjab, and Kerala. 1971 Beyond
Borders is produced by Red Rose Creations.