Mamangam Teaser: Mammotty's upcoming film is bigger than expected.
Shankar Ramakrishnan has written the adapted screenplay and dialogues of the film.
It is AD 1695 and a voice tells you there is only one spectacle that if you see once, you will never forget. The official teaser of the Mammootty starrer Mamangam begins with a grand introduction. What you see on the screen are grand visuals, thousands of people gathering for a festival at a place entirely lit up in flames. The man who explains the scene says it is the Mamanga Mahamagam. It is a medieval trade festival for warriors.
The teaser shows Unni Mukundan, dressed as a warrior, fighting battles. Only in the end do you see Mammootty.
The period film is inspired by truth and stories, the teaser says, and shows the end of a 280-year-old war. "We don't die as slaves. We die as fighters," says a man mentoring Unni Mukundan and a 12-year-old, who is described as someone who changed history. Before Mammootty enters the screen, a child's voice talks of a great uncle - the hero who did the impossible. There was no fighter as great as him.
The film is directed by M Padmakumar and produced by Venu Kunnappilly. Shankar Ramakrishnan has written the adapted screenplay and dialogues. The earlier script was written by director Sajeev Pillai, who was later replaced following differences with the producer. M Jayachandran has composed the music, and the cinematography is by Manoj Pillai. Editing is done by Raja Mohammed.
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