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Amal Neerad's 2007 superhit film Big B, which starred Mammootty as the gangster Bilal, will be getting a sequel, the first look of which was shared on social media recently
Cinema might have changed, but Mammootty and his stardom haven't; with nearly 15 films in the pipeline, including three mammoth projects, the actor is all set to rule 2018
The actor will be revisiting three of his famous characters for two sequels and a prequel
Word has it that the director plans to shoot this film before starting work on Mammootty-starrer Bilal
We had reported earlier that cinematographer-director Amal Neerad will do a film with Fahadh Faasil, before starting the Big-B sequel, Bilal.
The sequel to the cult hit Big B starring Mammootty will be Amal's next after he completes the post-production work of his untitled Fahadh Faasil film
The yet-untitled project, which will be bankrolled by Anto Joseph, is expected to go on floors in July.
The untitled thriller is written by Bilal Siddiqi and produced by Azure Entertainment
The seven-part spy thriller is adapted from Bilal Siddiqi’s bestselling novel of the same name
Santosh Vishwanath, who made his directorial debut with Chirakodinjha Kinaavukal, will be helming the project which will have Mammootty playing the chief minister
Bala, who played one of Mammootty’s brothers and movie stunt master Murugan John Kurishingal in Big B, will be returning for the sequel
It is not known when the production will start as the coronavirus outbreak has delayed several projects
A sequel to the hit film Big B (2007), Bilal will also see the return of director Amal Neerad who helmed the original
Mammootty will be reprising his role as Sethurama Iyer in the fifth instalment of the CBI franchise
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