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Mohanlal’s Kunhali Marakkar during the inauguration function of the National Games.

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Mohanlal’s Kunhali Marakkar during the inauguration function of the National Games.

The arts extravaganza of the Games’ inaugural function will kick off with a 15 minute long audio visual programme on Kunhali Marakkar. Various scenes to be shown on screen were shot the other day at Chitranjali Studio under T.K Rajeev Kumar’s direction. The shooting ended late at night.

Mohanlal will don the role of the fifth Kunhali Marakkar. Acting along with him are four Portuguese theatre artists. The arrival of the Portuguese vessel, war and a monologe by Kunhali Marakkar will unfold before the audience in 15 minutes. The final scenes of the fourth Kunhali Marakkar is also included in this. A fitting homage to the brave warriors of the land.

Two screens of 300 feet length and 40 feet width, eight screens of 40 feet length and 30 feet width, four screens of 100 feet length and 15 feet width and four screens of 20 feet length and 18 feet width are being installed all around the Greenfield stadium in Kariavattom to add luster to this programme. It is from these screens that Mohanlal’s Kunhali Marakkar will address the audience.

Director G.S. Vijayan will assist Rajeev Kumar in direction. Editor B. Ajith apart from editing also pens the script. Dialogues are by Shiny Jacob Benjamin. Songs written by Anwar Ali and Beeyar Prasad are set to music by Sarath. Actor Vineeth choreographs the dance. Art direction is by Sreekumar, Graphic Designing by Rafi and Costume Designing by Prakash Moorthy.

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