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The very first day of November will witness the arrival of a much-awaited movie, in the form of Drama, the Mohanlal starrer, which has been directed by popular film-maker Ranjith. Meanwhile, the theatres are being ruled by Kayamkulam Kochunni, of which Mohanlal is also an integral part of, with the actor having portrayed the special role of Ithikkara Pakki in the movie. The Malayalam film audiences are eagerly looking forward for the big arrival of Drama as well and the movie is expected to give the audiences a big treat. Meanwhile, reports suggest that the film will indeed receive a big welcome. Read on to know more about the same here.
The Big Release
According to the latest reports that have been doing the rounds, Drama will get a real big release in the theatres across Kerala. Reports suggest that the Mohanlal starrer will be released in above 250 screens across the state.
Well, it has to be seen whether Mohanlal starrer Drama will go on to overtake the record release of Villain or not. Mohanlal's Villain, which hit the theatres a year ago, was released in 253 screens across the state, which was a record back then.
The Biggest Ever Release
Meanwhile, the record for the biggest ever release in Kerala is now being held by Kayamkulam Kochunni, which hit the theatres a few weeks ago. The film was released in above 350 screens across the state.
About The Genre Of The Movie
Well, Drama is expected to be quite different from the Mohanlal-Ranjith movies from the past. Going by the reports, the film will be high on humour and the most recent teaser of the film suggested of the same. Let us now wait for the grand arrival of the film in the theatres.