Two Countries Movie Preview – Dileep, Mamta Mohandas
Dileep, the Janapriyanayakan of Mollywood is now gearing up with the release of his new movie ‘2 Countries’ directed by Shafi. The film will hit the screens on December 24, 2015, and it will lock horns with Duluer Salmaan’s much anticipated movie ‘Charlie’ in the Box Office.
This romantic comedy directed by Shafi has already created huge pre release hype among audiences; thanks to the laugh evoking teaser and trailer which were released recently. This article will analyze the major factors which attract people to book tickets for this movie.
Dileep – Shafi combo
Dileep and Shafi have created magic whenever they joined hands, and we have witnessed this an umpteen numbers of times in the past through movies like ‘Kalyanaraman‘ and ‘Merikkundoru Kunjaadu’. Shafi has the potential to extract the best from Dileep, and this is one major factor which makes this movie a must watch.
In ‘Two Countries’, Rafi has written the script for Shafi. It should be noted that Rafi is a specialist in crafting comic entertainers, and his screenplay will surely pull the audiences to a state of laugh riot.
Mamta Mohandas is one such rare actresses in Mollywood who has the capability to enact both serious roles and comic roles with perfection. The actress has acted previously with Dileep in movies like ‘My Boss’ and ‘Passenger’, and both these flicks were well received by audiences and critics alike.
Audiences expect tit tat screen chemistry from Mamta and Dileep as the dream combo is again joining hands, that too with Shafi.
Long list of supporting actors
As we all know, Shafi always tries to give ample importance to his supporting actors in his movies. Two Countries is a movie which can boast about its huge star cast. Some of the noted names in this movie includes, Suraj Vanjarammoodu, Makarandh Deshpande, Aju Varghese, Isha Talwar, Jagadeesh, Salim Kumar, Vijayaraghavan and Ashokan.
We filmdhamaka.com hereby conveys our wishes to the ‘Two Countries’ team which will reach our screens tomorrow.