Mamangam Tamil Dubbed TamilRockers is an Indian Malayalam historical period drama film Sajeev Pillai was the director in the first schedule but was replaced by M. Padmakumar. The film’s teasers were released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu on October 4, 2019, and the team officially announced that the film would be released on November 21, 2019.
This film is about the eighteenth-century Mamankam festival that takes place on the border of Bharathappuzha, in Thirunavaya, in the Malabar region. It stars Mammootty and Prachi Tehlan in the lead roles. The music composed by Mr. Jayachandran.
Mamangam Movie Story Line
Based on the medieval Mamankam, celebrated every 12 years between 800 and 1755, the story of this film would a brave warrior (played by Megastar Mammootty) of Malabar and his loyal soldiers.
The film, originally shot in Malayalam, released simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. The film follows the story of Chaaverukal, a soldier who wants to overthrow the leader of Zamorin.
The next historical drama Mammootty, the Indian teaser of Mamangam, has just been released. This film in Kerala tells the story of Kalaripayattu, one of the oldest martial arts in the world.
Mamangam is a festival that takes place every 12 years in the 17th century on the outskirts of Thirunavaya in Bharatapuzha, Malabar, in the Malaba region of Kerala.
It believed that the problem started between the director and the producer after it first shot. A few minutes later, the outside world realized that actor Dhruvan, known for his role as a student in the queen, had suddenly thrown away and replaced by Unni Mukundan.
Mammootty and Prachi Tehlan in Mamangam
Shankar Ramakrishnan has adjusted the original script and the Malayalam dialogue. The series of actions choreographed by Sham Kaushal.
National prize winner Jayachandran wrote Rafeeq Ahmed and Ajay Gopal during the music composition. Manoj Pillai is a cameraman.
The last schedule for Mamangam Mammootty has started. The remaining time must removed for 40 to 60 days. An expensive device built on an area of 18 hectares to organize various large battles. So far, the team has completed 80 days of the scheduled 120-day photo shoot.
The soundtrack composed by M. Jayachandran and the notes of Sanchit Balhara and Ankit Balhara. The first poster of the Mamangam exhibition shown on 8 June 2019.
The complete set made for the first poster of the film and the technicians took advantage of the speed of a technician with high synchronization technology to make an epic film.