Mohanlal starrer film Drama which has released today has got a big opening as the film has hit around 250 theatres in Kerala alone. The film is released on Kerala Piravi Day and Mohanlal will be seen playing a family man in the film. The film is expected to be a family entertainment with loads of emotions and sentiments. The film is scripted and directed by Ranjith and has been shot majorly in the UK. Also Read - Amid COVID-19 Lockdown, Kerala Govt to Issue Liquor Passes For People With 'Withdrawal Symptoms'
The film is about the life of the NRI’s and their families living abroad. Mohanlal and Asha Sarath play the role of husband and wife. Both the actors have together in films such as Drishyam, Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol, Karmayodha and 1971: Beyond Borders. Also Read - Back from The Brink of Death! 93-Year-Old Kerala Man Recovers From Coronavirus, Doctors Call it a 'Miracle'
The film is produced under the banner of Varnachitra Goodline Productions and Lilypad Motion Pictures UK Ltd by MK Nassar and Maha Subair. Also Read - Coronavirus Kerala: 'Used Soap And Water,' Say Kerala Officials After Video Emerges of People Being 'Disinfected'
The film also stars Arundhati Nag, Asha Sarath, Niranj, Kaniha and Shyama Prasad in important roles. Mohanlal and Ranjith have a good record at the box office and this film is also expected to good at the box office. They had first teamed up for Ravanaprabhu in 2001 and have worked together in films such as Chandrolsavam in 2005, Rock N’ Roll in 2007, Spirit in 2012, Kadal Kadannu Oru Maathukutty in 2013 (cameo appearance), and Loham in 2015.
Mohanlal is not only an actor but also a producer and a playback singer who predominately works in Malayalam cinema. In his four decades of career span, he has acted in more than 300 films and has also appeared in regional Indian film. He made his acting debut as a teenager in the Malayalam film Thiranottam in 1978 but his screen debut was in 1980 with romantic film Manjil Virinja Pookkal where he played the role of a villain. Some of his best non-Malayalam films are Tamil political drama Iruvar (1997), the Hindi crime drama Company (2002) and the Telugu action film Janatha Garage (2016)