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    Malluwood prepares Vishu feast

    By By : Settu Shankar
    Almost all superstars have ensured their participation in the Vishu race of Malayalam Cinema. As usual Mammootty is in the first place, who has confirmed his film Annan-Thambi well in advance. He has completed the final pack-up last week for the same. Lakshmi Rai and Gopika are the heroines of the Anwar Rasheed film. The producer is planning to bring theatricals on April 11.

    Sathyan Anthikkaud is also keen on releasing Mohanlal's Innate Chinthavishayam on 12th or 14th of April. He has completed the shooting and the post production work is going on in full swing in the studios. Meera Jasmine plays Mohanlal's heroine in this much awaited film. As five of Mohanlal's previous film consecutively flopped at the Box Office, the actor is expecting a lot from this serious semi-commercial film. Ashirwad Films produced the film.

    Dileep banks heavily on his Mulla, in which he teams up with the hit director Lal Jose. Also expected for the Vishu feast are Sreenivasan's Pachamarathanalil, directed by Liyo Thadevoos and produced by Suresh Kumar under the banner of Revathy Kala Mandir.

    Jayaram's Parthan Kanda Paralokam and Suresh Gopi's Bullet are the other movies expecting for this Vishu.

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