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Friday, February 15, 2013

Five Malayalam movies released today.....

On the go the busy weekend begins with another galore of release at the box office, five malayalam films released across the theatres today (Feb.15), the viewers are excited to select their choice on their genre, its getting tighter with the busy schedules ahead at the box office.

 "Celluloid" is the first one to reached out the theatres, which is being directed by Kamal and produced under the banner of Prime Time Cinemas. Prithviraj and Mamta Mohandas would do the central characters, while Sreenivasan, Nedumudi Venu, T.G.Ravi,
Sreejith Ravi, Indrans, Chandini, Thalaivasal Vijay and others include the actors list. Music Direction is performed by M.Jayachandran.

 Second one is "Cowboy", which is being produced under the banner of Mary Matha Productions by K.Anil Mathew and directed by P.Balachandran. Asif Ali, Bala, Mythili, Lena, Kushboo and others would be seen in the major characters. Berny Ignatius done the music, while editing is settled by Samjith.

 Third one is Sudheer Ambalappad directed malayalam film "Breaking News Live" and it has been produced by Ranjith Kumar under the banner of News Value Productions, starring Kavya Madhavan, Mythili, Vineeth, Thilakan, Sukumari, Mamukoya, Anoop Chandran and others. Music is tuned by Mohan Sithara and brought to the screens by ITL Release.

 Fourth one is Thump's Impression produced malayalam film "Housefull", which is being directed by newcomer Linson Antony. Shiju Nambiath scripted this film has got Tiny Tom and Jyothirmayi in the central characters. Venugopalan wields the camera for this malayalam film "Housefull" speaks out the story of couples who got four children and mess up with their upbringing.

 Fifth release of the day is "Black Butterfly", which brings the debut of M.Renjith as a director. Film has been produced by Maniyan Pilla Raju and it has newcomers in the major characters. Well its been a busy friday, don't forget to share your choice here......

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