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C/O Saira Banu is the family drama which stars Manju Warrier in the titular role. The movie, which is directed by newcomer Antony Sony, marks the comeback of senior actress Amala Akkineni to Mollywood, after a long gap.
Kismath fame Shane Nigam appears in a key role in C/O Saira Banu, which is scripted by popular radio jockey RJ Shaan. Indrans, Ganesh Kumar, Jagadeesh, P Balachandran, Joy Mathew, Niranjana Anoop, etc., appear in the supporting roles.
Read the 5 reasons to watch C/O Saira Banu...
Manju Warrier's Titular Role
The super-talented actress is appearing as the titular character Saira Banu, a post woman and the mother of a grown-up boy. We are excited to watch Manju's performance in this challenging role.
Amala Akkineni Makes A Comeback
Amala, who is rose to fame with her Mollywood outings Ulladakkam and Ente Sooryaputhrikku, is making a comeback to the industry after a very gap. The audiences are anxiously waiting to watch her on a Malayalam movie once again.
Based On A True Story
As per the reports, C/O Saira Banu is based on a true story, the missing case of photographer Victor George. This is another factor which raises the expectations over the project.
Feature Film Debut Of Team Moonnamidam
The movie marks the feature film debut of Antony Sony, the director, and RJ Shaan, the scriptwriter of acclaimed short film Moonnamidam. It is another factor which makes the movie promising.
Strong Supporting Cast
The movie features some real talents in its supporting cast, including the senior actors Indrans, Jagadeesh, P Balachandran, Joy Mathew, etc., along with young talents SHane Nigam and Niranjana Anoop.