- The two friends have been spreading laughter on social media
- They also acted under Manichitrathazh
‘Manichitrathazhu’ is an evergreen hit movie in the history of Malayalam cinema. It’s been more than 27 years since the movie was released and it is still everyone’s favorite. Sometimes there is no telling how many times Malayalees and movie lovers have seen this movie. Because Manichitrathazhu still has a magical power to captivate the audience when it comes to the mini screen. Now, social media has come up with a formula signed by two big fans of the film.
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Comedian and stage artist Prajith Kailasavu’s friend and comedy star Deepu Na has re-enacted the poisoned tea Sunny (Mohanlal)’s snatching scene from Nakulan (Suresh Gopi), the most emotional scene under Manichitratha. In this scene, they have added that the two come to Thampi (Nedumudi Venu)’s house as laborers in the field.
This part has been edited and uploaded as an outsider watching this exciting scene. In addition, Chandu (Sudheesh) and Sunny have also edited and uploaded them on their way to Evoor. In the climax scene of the movie, when Sunny, Nakula and Ganga return to the car, they are thrown into the crowd. The angle and lighting of the shots are excellent. Prajith Samayam told Malayalam that the video was shot and prepared in a day. Prajith also said that he wants to prepare some scenes in Devasuram and Sfatikam in this way.
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Prajith and Deepu shared a video on social media saying, ‘Deleted scene under Manichitratha, Fazil Sir cheated on us, our scene was deliberately omitted’. The video, which has been shared on social media, has received a number of interesting comments. Prajith and Deepu have proved their mettle in comedy stars. They also own the web series ‘Sankaran and Mohanan’. Vishnu Ramdas, Sen Robin, Anand Kochu Vishnu, Shahnaz and Shahin Shan are the actors behind the Manichitrathazh deleted spoof video.
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