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Malavika Mohanan shares BTS pictures of Thangalaan 

The film is directed by Pa Ranjith and stars Vikram in the lead role 

Published: 03rd July 2023

We know that actor Malavika Mohanan will next be seen in the upcoming Tamil film, Thangalaan, directed by Pa Ranjith. On Monday, the actor shared some behind-the-scenes glimpses from the film's shooting location in Madurai on her social media handles. 

Taking to Instagram, Malavika shared the images with a caption, "Madurai and its sky: A love affair." 



Billed as a period film,   Thangalaan is expected to showcase the story of the origins of the Kolar Gold Field of Karnataka. The film stars Vikram in the lead role with an ensemble cast including Parvathy Thiruvottu, Pasupathy, Daniel Caltagirone, and Hari Krishnan, among others. 

Thangalaan is backed by Neelam Productions and Studio Green. The film has music by GV Prakash, marking his first collaboration with the filmmaker. Tamil Prabha is the film's co-writer, while Selva RK and SS Murthi will handle the editing and art departments, respectively. 

The film also will release in Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and Hindi. The post-theatrical rights of Thangalaan are bagged by Netflix. The film's release date is yet to get fixed. 

Meanwhile, Malavika was last seen in Malayalam film Christy. She is also speculated to be part of Prabhas' Raja Deluxe.

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