Prachi Tehlan’s dazzling shot with megastar Mammootty!

Last Updated: Wed, Jun 20, 2018 17:19 hrs
Maamaankam

Prachi Tehlan, who has been busy shooting for the much talked about Malayalam film, recently caught everyone's eye for posting a selfie with Malayalam megastar Mammootty.

Prachi will be seen working alongside the star actor in Sanjeev Pillai’s directorial Maamaankam, which will possibly release by the end of this year.

The picture was posted on Prachi’s social media accounts with the caption that reads: “Wrapping up the second schedule of #Mamankam with the legend @mammootty #Mammooka working with him you know what it is to work with an actor who is above everyone. Thank you sir for being supportive, funny, sharing your inspirational journey in the field of cinema, for the amazing home cooked Biryani, and sharing your expertise and knowledge about films you recommended me to watch. I look forward for the next schedule. Last but not the least thank you for clicking a selfie #PTshootdiaries #shootwrapup”

Produced by Venu Kunnappilly, the historical drama chronicles the journey of legendary "Chaaverukal" of Valluvanadu. It is based on the Maamaankam - a 17th-century fest in which warriors from different parts of the country would arrive on the coast of Bharatapuzha to wage war against each other and prove their superiority. In a previous interview, the lead actor Mammoty had revealed that he would be playing the role of Chaaverukal of Valluvanadu in the film. Extremely impressed with the research that has gone into the project, Mammootty stated that it took 12 years of research to get it on to the floors. He added that it is the biggest film he has done so far and further thanked Navodaya for allowing the team to use the title Maamaankam for this film. As for Prachi, the movie will open avenues for a successful career. Before Maamaankam, the actress also worked is two Punjabi movies as well as a Star Plus show as the lead protagonist. Her happiness is very well exhibited in the photograph she posted along with an overwhelming caption.

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