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Mamangam First Day Collection Report Worldwide

Mamangam First Day Box Office

Mamangam, the recorded movie which highlights Mammootty in the lead role, has at last hit the theaters. The movie which is directed by M Padmakumar has had the greatest ever release for a Malayalam film to date, with around 450 screens everywhere throughout the state. Mamangam has been released in more than 2000 screens everywhere throughout the world.

Mamangam Box Office

Mamangam Box Office

The trade analysts suggest that Mamangam is definitely in for a record-breaking opening at the box office. Most of the releasing centers in Kerala are hosting a minimum of 4 shows a day. Interestingly, the Mammootty starrer is having 16 shows in a popular theatre of Kochi alone on its release day, which is a new record.

Mamangam first day box office collection

Mamangam Day Collection Gross
Kochi110 L10 L
Kerala17 Cr7 Cr
Karnataka12 Cr2 Cr
Tamil Nadu12 Cr2 Cr
AP & Ts11 Cr1 Cr
Hindi11 Cr1 Cr
Overseas18 Cr2 Cr
Worldwide123 Cr23 Cr
Kochi29 L9 L
Kerala26 Cr6 Cr
Karnataka22 Cr2 Cr
Tamil Nadu250 L50 L
AP & TS230 L30 L
Hindi250 L50 L
Overseas24 Cr4 Cr
Worldwide214 Cr37 Cr
Kochi310 L10 L
Kerala33.56 Cr3.56 Cr
Tamil Nadu335 L35 L
Hyderabad358 L58 L
Mumbai312 L12 L
Pune35 L5 L
Karnataka313 L13 L
AP & TS310 L10 L
Rest of India328 L28 L
UAE329 L29 L
Oman37 L7 L
Kuwait36 L6 L
Bahrin313 L13 L
Quatar311 L11 L
Saudi Arabia39 L9 L
UK314 L14 L
US318 L18 L
Worldwide39 Cr50.22 Cr
Kochi48 L8 L
Kerala41.23 Cr1.23 Cr
Tamil Nadu421 L21 L
Hyderabad422 L22 L
Mumbai47 L7 L
Pune43 L3 L
Karnataka49 L9 L
AP & TS411 L11 L
Rest of India420 L20 L
UAE424 L24 L
Oman46 L6 L
Kuwait46 L6 L
Bharin411 L11 L
Quatar47 L7 L
Saudi Arabia412 L12 L
UK412 L12 L
US415 L15 L
Worldwide43.16 Cr53.38 Cr
Kochi54 L4 L
Kerala53 Cr3 Cr
Karnataka545 L45 L
Tamil Nadu521 L21 L
AP & TS515 L15 L
Hindi530 L30 L
Overseas52 Cr2 Cr
Worldwide57 Cr67 Cr
Kochi62 L2 L
Kerala62 Cr2 Cr
Karnataka635 L35 L
Tamil Nadu625 L25 L
AP & TS620 L20 L
Hindi630 L30 L
Overseas62 Cr2 Cr
Worldwide65 Cr72 Cr
Kochi72 L2 L
Kerala71.8 Cr1.8 Cr
Karnataka735 L35 L
Tamil Nadu730 L30 L
AP & TS715 L15 L
Hindi710 L10 L
Overseas72 Cr2 Cr
Worldwide75 Cr77 Cr
Kochi82 L2 L
Kerala81.5 Cr1.5 Cr
Karnataka830 L30 L
Tamil Nadu815 L15 L
AP & TS812 L12 L
Hindi820 L20 L
Overseas82 Cr2 Cr
Worldwide84.50 Cr81.05 Cr
Mamangam Collection

Mamangam Collection

Mamangam Review

“We aren’t meant to live as slaves. Our tradition is to die as warriors,” says an elderly member of a Valluvakonathiri family as they debate among themselves if they have to send the remaining two sons of Chandroth family as chaverukal for the next Mamangam. And then, when the two from the Chandroth family are already on their quest, another elderly member, who had tried the same feat and failed, tells them, “This wish to sacrifice their own sons to protect their tradition has become an undying quest for those in Valluvanadu.” Mamangam, the movie, swings between these two alternating emotions. The film, directed by M Padmakumar, is a drama punctuated by two action sequences. Set against the backdrop of the Mamangam festival held in the 17th and 18th centuries at Thirunavaya, the film tells the story of Chaverukal (suicide squads) as they try to kill the Zamorin ruler and reclaim what is rightfully theirs.

Mamangam Review and Cast

Mamangam Review and Cast

The story follows two members from the Chandroth family of Valluvanadu, ably and intensely portrayed by Unni Mukundan and Master Achuthan, as they set out on their quest in what could be the final attack against the Zamorins. But are the two enough to overcome the odds? While Mamangam is billed as a big budget movie and the makers have evidently splurged some bucks on those sets for the action scenes, the bulk of the movie rides on dialogues. That’s why the many expecting it to be filled with action scenes with Mammootty are bound to feel let down. In fact, the megastar’s screen time is limited and his best portions come when he carries off an effeminate avatar. His gravity-defying leaps might be a turn off in the beginning, but at least the makers put in extra effort to explain that in the latter half. Shankar Ramakrishnan’s dialogues are heavy, and after a point, it becomes overindulgent. The screenplay is also lumbering and this becomes clear when the death of a foreign merchant has three different explanations, with the third one spilling over to the second half. That should have been a clear sign that the instead of digressing and focusing on the details, the director should have just kept it short and made it more engaging.

Mamangam Movie Review

Mamangam Movie Review

Master Achuthan gets points for his action scenes, especially the one at the end which he carries off all by himself. Unni too maintains a stoic look throughout the film, lending authenticity to his role. Siddique as the Zamorin advisor and Prachi Tehlan as the courtesan Unnimaya, who aids the Chaaverukal, plays their limited parts well but doesn’t leave a strong impact. M Jayachandran’s music is good and Sachit and Ankit Balhara’s background score complements the proceedings. However, the drama does feel like a lost opportunity, considering the talent that was on offer, the stories they could have mined and fictional elements they could have inculcated while making it a festive release.

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