A video of Tamil superstar Ajith Kumar visiting the arrangements of Mohanlal ‘Marakkar: Arabikkadalinte Simham’ has set the web on fire! Makers of Mohanlal starrer ‘Marakkar: Arabikkadalinte Simham’ has released the first BTS video with fans. In the video, Thala Ajith Kumar is seen paying an unexpected visit on the luxurious set, at Ramoji Rao Film City, Hyderabad. The whiz who is a good friend of Priyadarshan and Mohanlal visited the sets of Marakkar and met the cast and team. The video shows an unassuming and warming Ajith Kumar welcoming the entertainers, experts, and other team individuals. Ajith Kumar additionally invested some quality time talking with Mohanlal.
“Surprise visit of Ajith Kumar sir on the set of #Marakkar. Thank you sir for the great gesture. It meant so much that you took the time to visit us and was a great pleasure to have you in our location,” the creators said, dispatching the video.
Look at the video here.
— Mohanlal (@Mohanlal) November 4, 2021
‘Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham (Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian Sea) is a forthcoming epic authentic conflict film. the movie is produced by veteran movie producer Priyadarshan. The film is set in the sixteenth century. ‘Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham’ recounts the narrative of Kunjali Marakkar IV, a maritime leader of the Samoothiri he was known for guarding the Malabar Coast against the Portuguese intrusion. Mohanlal has snagged into the shoes of Kunjali Marakkar IV. The film is made on a huge spending plan of Rs. 100 crore.
The film has a portion of the A-listers from the Indian film industry. It includes Pranav Mohanlal, Arjun, Suniel Shetty, Prabhu, Manju Warrier, Suhasini, Keerthi Suresh, Kalyani Priyadarshan, Fazil, Siddique, Nedumudi Venu, Innocent, and Ashok Selvan among others. ‘Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham’ has likewise stowed three honors at the 67th National Film Awards, for Best Feature Film, Best Special Effects, and Best Costume.
The makers had earlier confirmed a direct OTT release for the magnum opus. However, they are in talks with exhibitors and the government has intervened to request a theatrical release. The big-ticket release would draw more audience to the cinemas.