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Ajay Devgn Get Blockbuster With Remake Of 63 Year Old Mohanlal Malaikottai Vaaliban Will Give Bollywood Sleepless Nights

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Age 63, Ajay Devgan's fortune brightened with the remake of his film, now the poster of Pan India film will blow away Bollywood's sleep.

The poster of this South superstar’s next film will surprise you

New Delhi:

What can this South actor say? Recently, he was seen only in a cameo in Jailer and this film with Rajinikanth did a business of Rs 650 crore. Its acting and unique characters in every film make it special in South cinema. The remake of his film Drishyam also gave Ajay Devgan two great hits in his career. Yes, we are talking about Malayalam actor Mohanlal. Mohanlal was recently seen in a cameo in Jailer. Fans also call Mohanlal as Pyaar Laletan and Lalu. Not only this, he is also called universal star. His gangster style was very much liked and the Malayalam audience also liked this film very much.

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Now the poster and release date of his next film has been revealed, seeing which Bollywood will undoubtedly lose sleep because it is a Pan India film. Mohanlal aka Lalu’s next film is ‘Malaikotai Valiban’. This film was announced in 2022 and many things were coming out about it. But now it has been announced that the film is going to be released on 25 January 2024. Mohanlal has given this information by sharing the poster of the film and tweeted, ‘The countdown has started. Vaaliban will be released in theaters on January 25, 2024. In this way, the excitement among Mohanlal’s fans has increased because this film is being eagerly awaited.

It is said that the 63-year-old Malayalam actor’s film ‘Malaikotai Valiban’ was shot for about 130 days in Rajasthan, Chennai and Puducherry. Lijo Jose Pellissery is directing the film. Apart from Mohanlal, Sonali Kulkarni, Danish Sait, Harish Peradi, Manikandan Achari, Rajiv Pillai and Hariprashant will be seen in the film. In this way the film is being released on Republic Day weekend. The film will be released in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi.

This post originally appeared on ndtv.in

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