Kasaba, the Mammootty starring action thriller, is all set to be the biggest ever release in the actor's career. Reportedly, the team is planning to release Kasaba in about 150 screens in Kerala alone.
While considering the pre-release hype and active promotional activities, the movie has all chances to break the initial collection record set by Dulquer Salmaan starrer Kali and Mohanlal movie Loham.
Kali, which was released in about 118 screens in Kerala alone, has made an initial collection of Rs. 2.33 Crores, thus creating a new record. Loham, on the other hand, was released in 145 screens in Kerala.
It still remains as the biggest ever release of Mollywood till date. The movie made a gross collection of Rs. 2.14 Crores, thus emerging as the second movie to make the highest initial collection in Kerala.
Kasaba will break the record of Loham by getting released in 150 screens, thus emerging as the biggest ever release of Mollywood. The movie is also expected to be the highest grossing Mammootty film ever.
The movie, which will have Mammootty in the role of a police officer, is written and directed by Nithin Renji Panicker. Kasaba is produced by Alice George, under the banner Goodwill Entertainments.