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PRITHVIRAJSUKUMARAN‬,‪ENNUNINTEMOIDEEN‬‬‬‬



  • After the astounding achievement of Malayalam film "Ennu Ninte Moideen", its debutant executive R.S.Vimal said that it will be changed in Tamil and Prithviraj Sukumaran, who assumed the lead part in the Malayalam film, may likewise be cast in the Tamil form. At the point when Vimal put forth this expression amid a media cooperation, here on Saturday, Prithviraj, who was perched close by grinned. "It's just plain obvious, the choice to make the film in Tamil, has been made and I will be guiding it. The story would be the same in any case, it will be revamped to suit the Tamil gathering of people and it would include a greater spending plan," said Vimal.

  • "Ennu Ninte Moideen", which is right now running in pressed motion picture corridors in the state recounts a genuine romance story that occurred in the Kozhikode suburb of Mukkam in the 1960s. It recounts the tale of a Muslim youth Moideen and a Hindu lady Kanchanamala who experience passionate feelings for. In the film, Prithviraj assumes the part of Moideen, while Parvathy is seen as Kanchanamala.

  • Reviewing his relationship with the film, Prithviraj said this has been the fantasy venture of Vimal. "Subsequent to viewing the narrative that he made on the same subject, I identifies with Kanchanamala and she said she has no issue, in the event that I assume the part of Moideen. At that point Vimal returned a year later and gave me the script which was five books and after a year we began the task," said Prithviraj. "Since not even 10 for every penny of the intimate romance story has been said in the film, there is sufficient material for a couple of more movies on the same subject, particularly, on the post demise occasions of Moideen," included Prithviraj. He said that he addresses no less than 50 individuals who knew Moideen and one thing he could accumulate was Moideen was a legend. "Comparable stories would have been told a thousand times some time recently, however what emerges in this film is the performance that has gone really taking shape and that is the USP of this film," said Prithviraj.

  • Vimal pointed out that he first did a narrative path in 2006 on Kanchanamala and it was that start which constrained him to stop his journalistic occupation and set out on the voyage to make this into a business film. "In 2007, when I went to see Kanchanamala, she accompanied me without precedent for a long time to the tomb where Moideen has been interned and regardless of the substantial downpours at that time,I could see tears running down her cheeks," included Vimal. Vimal likewise opined that it's his wish that Kanchanamala never sees the film, in light of the fact that she won't not have the capacity to withstand it.

  • Likewise present was Moideen's more youthful sibling Rasheed, a locale level Congress pioneer in Kozhikode and said that he is immensely obliged to the executive and Prithviraj for making a superb film on his crew. "It has turn out so well that, I now feel, I have back my sibling and dad. At first I needed to deliver the film, yet later when the chief let me know that the monetary allowance would be past my points of confinement, I chose not to. My child has assumed a little part in the film," said Rasheed.

  • Prithviraj Sukumaran says his most recent Malayalam film 'Ennu Ninte Moideen' is not a prosaic one, where a Hindu young lady experiences passionate feelings for a Muslim kid. The performer says there's a great deal more to it than that. 'Ennu Ninte Moideen', which opened a week ago, portrays an intimate romance story that occurred in the Kozhikode suburb of Mukkam in the 1960s. It recounts the narrative of a Muslim youth Moideen and a Hindu lady Kanchanamala who begin to look all starry eyed at.

  • In the film, Prithviraj assumes the part of Moideen, while Parvathy is seen as Kanchanamala. The film's chief R.S. Vimal and Prithviraj opened up about the film while partaking in a Television slot dialog. "There is such a great amount of material in this story... what's more, subsequently, pressing it into one was extreme. See, this ought not be seen as a prosaism film, where a Hindu young lady begins to look all starry eyed at a Muslim kid. There's substantially more than that," said Prithviraj.

  • He says he was amazed when Kanchanamala said that she will give the gesture to the film just in the event that he is given the part of Moideen. "Trust me, I would have no hesitations if this film brings no recompense in light of the fact that we are all greatly charmed with the last item and that has given every one of us a considerable measure of cheer," said Prithviraj. Vimal pointed out that he first did a narrative path in 2006 on Kanchanamala and it was that start which constrained him to stop his journalistic employment and left on the voyage to make this into a business film.

  • "The narrative that I did was appeared to Prithviraj and it was after over seven years of work that I completed the paper work...shooting took near a year," said Vimal. By the way, the film has keep running into a touch of inconvenience after Kanchanamala said that the film has been mutilated. Youth Congress official V.T. Balram likewise posted on Facebook on Monday that while the film has turn out well, the notice of the Congress party pioneers around then has turned out badly and had those behind the film done a touch of genuine exploration, it could have been amended.

  • Ennu Ninte Moideen was one of the profoundly foreseen Malayalam movies of the year. Vimal's presentation film the genuine adoration story of Moideen, a Muslim youth, and Kanchanamala, a Hindu lady, in the 1960s. The lead parts are attempted byPrithviraj and Parvathy. The film discharged in Malayalam on September 19 and has been announced a superhit. Prithviraj will purportedly repeat his part as Moideen in the Tamil adaptation also.

  • The affection story of Moideen and Kanchanamala is a standout amongst the most surely understood ones in Kerala. Kanchanamala was put under house capture when her family came to think about their relationship and Moideen was exiled from his gang. Suresh Gopi, Jayaram and Dileep ahead of the pack parts, earned over Rs 33 crore including the satellite rights, while Mammootty starrer "Pazhassi Raja" has netted over Rs 32 crore. "Drishyam" is the most elevated earning Malayalam motion picture till date with Rs 75 crore income, trailed by "Premam" (Rs 60 crore) and Bangalore Days (Rs 48 crore).

  • Then again, with a few blockbusters like "Amar Akbar Anthony", "Pathemari" and "Ruler Livingstone 7000 Kandi" on the run, the smooth race of "Ennu Ninte Moideen" has been confronting obstacles in transit. In addition, Mohanlal film "Kanal" and Manju Warrier-Rima Kallingal motion picture "Rani Padmini" will be discharged for this present week, henceforth further lessening the shots of the Prithviraj-Parvathi Menon starrer going up the stepping stool of most noteworthy earning movies.

  • After the marvelous accomplishment of Malayalam film "Ennu Ninte Moideen", its debutant chief R.S.Vimal said that it will be changed in Tamil and Prithviraj Sukumaran, who assumed the lead part in the Malayalam film, may likewise be cast in the Tamil adaptation. At the point when Vimal put forth this expression amid a media cooperation, here on Saturday, Prithviraj, who was perched close by grinned. "It's just plain obvious, the choice to make the film in Tamil, has been made and I will be guiding it. The story would be the same be that as it may, it will be adjusted to suit the Tamil group of onlookers and it would include a greater spending plan," said Vimal.

  • "Ennu Ninte Moideen", which is right now running in stuffed motion picture lobbies in the state recounts a genuine romance story that occurred in the Kozhikode suburb of Mukkam in the 1960s. It recounts the narrative of a Muslim youth Moideen and a Hindu lady Kanchanamala who become hopelessly enamored. In the film, Prithviraj assumes the part of Moideen, while Parvathy is seen as Kanchanamala. Reviewing his relationship with the film, Prithviraj said this has been the fantasy undertaking of Vimal.

  • "In the wake of viewing the narrative that he made on the same subject, I addresses Kanchanamala and she said she has no issue, on the off chance that I assume the part of Moideen. At that point Vimal returned a year later and gave me the script which was five books and after a year we began the task," said Prithviraj. "Since not even 10 for each penny of the intimate romance story has been said in the film, there is sufficient material for a couple of more movies on the same theme, particularly, on the post demise occasions of Moideen," included Prithviraj. He said that he identifies with no less than 50 individuals who knew Moideen and one thing he could earn was Moideen was a saint. "Comparable stories would have been told a thousand times some time recently, yet what emerges in this film is the sensation that has gone really taking shape and that is the USP of this film," said Prithviraj.

  • Vimal pointed out that he first did a narrative path in 2006 on Kanchanamala and it was that start which constrained him to stop his journalistic employment and set out on the trip to make this into a business film. "In 2007, when I went to see Kanchanamala, she accompanied me without precedent for a long time to the tomb where Moideen has been interned and regardless of the overwhelming downpours at that time,I could see tears running down her cheeks," included Vimal.

  • Vimal likewise opined that it's his wish that Kanchanamala never sees the film, on the grounds that she won't not have the capacity to withstand it. Additionally present was Moideen's more youthful sibling Rasheed, a locale level Congress pioneer in Kozhikode and said that he is colossally obligated to the executive and Prithviraj for making a great film on his crew.

  • "It has turn out so well that, I now feel, I have back my sibling and dad. At first I needed to create the film, yet later when the executive let me know that the monetary allowance would be past my points of confinement, I chose not to. My child has assumed a little part in the film," said Rasheed. Prithviraj Sukumaran says his most recent Malayalam film 'Ennu Ninte Moideen' is not a hackneyed one, where a Hindu young lady becomes hopelessly enamored with a Muslim kid. The performing artist says there's significantly more to it than that. 'Ennu Ninte Moideen', which opened a week ago, portrays an intimate romance story that occurred in the Kozhikode suburb of Mukkam in the 1960s. It recounts the tale of a Muslim youth Moideen and a Hindu lady Kanchanamala who begin to look all starry eyed at.