Malayalam Friday releases

Malayalam Friday releases – My God, Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal and ATM

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Malayalam Friday releases – My God, Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal and ATM

Malayalam Friday releases

Kunchacko Boban’s “Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal”, Suresh Gopi’s “My God” and Jackie Shroff’s “ATM” are set to hit the Kerala box office this Friday, 4 December.

Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal

After the release of comedy-entertainer “Rajamma @ Yahoo”, Kunchacko Boban is awaiting the release of “Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal (Birds with large wings)”.The upcoming film, written and directed by Dr Biju, is based on the real-life stories of a village in Kasargod in Kerala. The health issues people face due to misuse of the pesticide endosulfan in cashew plantations in the village is highlighted in the film. Kunchacko will be seen as a photographer who reveals the shocking situation in the village people to the entire world.The film also has Nedumudi Venu, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Salim Kumar, James Bradford and Prakash Bare in pivotal roles.

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My God

M Mohanan’s directorial venture “My God” tells the life story of Sam Thottunkal, played by Master Adarsh. The film narrates the mental conflicts children face these days due to the pressure from their parents. Suresh Gopi and Honey Rose will be seen as Sam’s parents Thomas Scaria and Zareena. The family-entertainer is said to be a guide for parents.”My God” also has Joy Mathew, Sreenivasan, Indrans and Lena in pivotal roles.

ATM – Any Time Money

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Jespal Shanmugham’s “ATM (Any Time Money)” marks the comeback of Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff to Malayalam after “Athishayan” in 2007. Shroff will be seen in the role of Swathi, who ropes in four people to rob a bank.In “ATM”, Bhagath Manuel (Antho) will be seen romancing Subhiksha, Vinayakan (Chetty) is a bike thief, Praveen Prem (Thumba) as a drug-peddler and Harikrishnan (Bombay) is a dhadha.