MARAKKAR Arabica Dalinate Simham starring Mohanlal, Arjun Sarja, Sunil Sethi, Prabhu, Manju Warrier, Keerthy Suresh, Mukesh, Siddiqui and Nedumudi Venu.
Malayalam superstar Mohanlal on Tuesday released the trailer of Singham in Maracaibo’s Arabica Dalinta. The trailer, considered to be director Priyadarshan’s most ambitious film till date, was cut only to give the audience an idea of the scale and scope of the film.
The action-packed trailer promises a thrilling visual journey with a generous dose of patriotism. Mohanlal Kunjali played the role of Marakkar IV in Marakkar Arabikadalinte Singham, who gained fame through his fierce attacks on Portuguese ships, his favor for those who fought against the Portuguese, and through his efforts to fortify the Kottakkal fort. received.
The trailer begins with the Portuguese gathering a huge army on land and sea to end the reign of Kunjali Marakar IV. And Kunjali faced the Portuguese invasion with an attitude of not keeping any captives, leaving traces of destruction.
If anything, just like the trailer, Priyadarshan has been able to recreate the past to a great extent in terms of costumes, weapons and decorative pieces.
The epic period drama also stars Arjun Sarja, Sunil Sethi, Prabhu, Manju Warrier, Keerthy Suresh, Mukesh, Siddiqui and Nedumudi Venu.
Marakkar Arabikadalinte Singham is said to have been made at a cost of Rs 100 million, making it the most expensive Malayalam film ever made.
The 16th century war film was scheduled to release on March 26, 2020, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. After waiting for over a year for the film to hit the theatres, producer Anthony Perumbavu lost his cool and announced that he is considering taking the OTT route.
Anthony’s announcement caused a lot of annoyance among the audience in Kerala as they hoped that Singham would bring the crowd back to the theatres, amid the ongoing pandemic at Marabakar’s Arbidalinta. Later, the Kerala government intervened and persuaded Anthony to release the film before bringing it on OTT.The Kerala government agreed to release the film before bringing Anthony to OTT.