Mammootty’s noteworthy activity epic ‘Mamangam’ is as of now in the last phases of shoot. The motion picture directed by M Padmakumar is peering toward for Pooja release in October. Made on a tremendous canvas, the motion picture has a few major stars and non-Malayali on-screen characters. Prachi Tehlan, a Punjabi on-screen character and previous sportsperson, is playing the female lead in the motion picture.

In an ongoing meeting to, Prachi uncovered fascinating insights concerning her character and furthermore shared her working background in the film. In ‘Mamangam’, she papers the role of Unni Maya, who is the female lead. For playing this character, the entertainer needed to learn Mohiniyattam and furthermore get nuts and bolts in Malayalam articulation preceding shoot. The adaptability she gained from preparing in games more likely than not helped her in playing out the battle scenes. It merits a notice that Prachi was the previous skipper of the Indian national Netball Team which spoke to the nation in the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

In the meeting, Prachi included that she had an extraordinary time working in ‘Mamangam’. She was loaded with commendation for Mammootty, whom she calls minding and rational, notwithstanding being such a tremendous star. Mammootty purportedly assumes the lead job of a red hot ‘Chaaver’ (warrior) in the film. It depends on the religious celebration, Mamangam, that occurred each twleve years in a spot called Thirunavaya, on the banks of the Bharatapuzha, for more than 280 years. Sajeev Pillai had initially written the content which was later adjusted by Shankar Ramakrishnan.

Unni Mukundan, Kaniha, Anu Sithara, Ineya, Tarun Raj Arora, Prachi Tehlan, Sudev Nair, Suresh Krishna, Manikuttan, Siddique, Abu Salim, Sudheer Sukumaran and numerous others are additionally actor of the cast. The specialized team involves State grant winning cinematographer Manoj Pillai, veteran music chief M Jayachandran and workmanship executive Mohandas. Bollywood based writer Sanchit Balhara handles the background score.