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Meera Jasmine confirms "Ladies & Gentlemen"

Meera Jasmine in "Ladies and Gentleman"
Malayalam actress Meera Jasmine is celebrating her return to the malayalam films with getting the Siddique's directorial "Ladies and Gentleman" as a female lead with three other actresses. Siddique directing "Ladies & Gentlemen" will have four female leads.

  Meera Jasmine committed this project after the movie "Lissammayude Veedu", in which she happens to be the lead character and making her
return to the malayalam movies. Aashirvad Cinemas Banner, Antony Perumbavoor producing "Ladies and Gentleman" will have Mohanlal performing the central character, while Meera Jasmine, Padmapriya, Mamtha Mohandas and Mithra Kurien would do the female lead.

  Meera Jasmine is looking to concentrate more on malayalam films, after getting out of the stream for a while. We hope that this return will not hurt her like earlier experiences....

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