RS Vimal’s director ‘Ennu Ninte Moideen’ has completed six years of its release on September 19. The heartfelt dramatization included Prithviraj Sukumaran and Parvathy Thiruvothu in lead jobs and Lena roped in to play Moideen’s (Prithviraj Sukumaran) mother Pathumma. Pathumma was an older person with bunches of fortitude and Lena aced the person flawlessly. Pathumma is unquestionably a vital job in Lena’s vocation and the entertainer has now written a note on the sixth year of its delivery. It was a poignant story of an ‘unmarried widow’ whom the family, society, religion, norms, and even fate failed to defeat. The charming Prithviraj Sukumaran played BP Moideen and the talented Parvathy Thiruvothu stepped into the shoes of Kanchanamala. ‘Ennu Ninte Moideen’ got etched so deep into the hearts of cinephiles, that one would wish to have a similar partner in their lives, after watching the movie.
“6 Years of Ennu Ninte Moideen… Pathumma will consistently be one of my #1 characters.
Grateful to R S Vimal for convincing me to assume the part 🙏🏽 The tide raises all boats. ENM was a defining moment in the professions of so many of us included. I’m certain you have affectionate recollections of ENM as well… share them in remarks. #ennunintemoideen #hit #films #6yearsold,” Lena shared.
Look at Lena’s post here.
‘Ennu Ninte Moideen’ helmed by RS Vimal intrigued both the cinephiles and pundits. The movie additionally received the National Award for Best Music Director (M Jayachandran) and seven Kerala State Film Awards (Most Popular Film, Best Actress, Best Music Director, Best Cinematography, Best Singer (Male), Best Lyricist, Best Sound Design).
In the interim, on the work front, Lena will be next found in ‘Impressions On Water’, a British Indian film. A lion’s part of the film was shot in London throughout the colder time of year. Lena will be offering the screen to Adil Hussain in the film and Nimisha Sajayan also has been roped in to play a lead job.