The release of director Rafi-Mecartin's movie China Town has been postponed by a week and will hit the theatres on 15th April. Sources claim that producer-cum-distributor Antony Perumbavoor has decided to delay the movie due to the Assembly Elections in Kerala. The film will be screened in hundred plus theatres across the state
Earlier, the film China Town was slated to hit the theatres on 7th April, but its release will coincide with Kerala Assembly Election, which is being held on 13th April. The film bosses have thought that election fever may affect the collection of the movie at the Box office. Now, they have made a wise decision by deling it
China Town tells the story of the sons of three friends, who are parted twenty years ago, are joining together for a particular aim. It is a story of two generations. The sons of first generation are Mohanlal, Dileep and Jayaram. Their fathers were very sincere friends before 20 years ago. But their sons are parted in different ways. Later, they combine together to execute an aim after 20 years
The movie is a humorous tale and it has a huge star cast. Mohanlal, Jayaram, Dileep, Pradeep Rawat, kavya Madhavan, Poonam Bajwa, Suraj Venjaramood, Shanavas, Dipasha, Captain Raju, Maya Viswanath, Bindu Asokan, Deepu Karunakaran, Lakshmi are in the star cast of the film.