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Johny Antony to do a Mohanlal film after ‘Thaappaana’

Submitted by on March 21, 2012 – 7:42 pmNo Comment |



Director Johny Antony is a busy man these days. The director, who has just finished wrapping up his Prithviraj – Sasikumar starrer ‘Masters’ is already on to his next project that stars Mammootty in the lead role. Titled ‘Thaappaana’, Johny has already started shooting the film.

Barely has the director entered his new project, that news of his net project has come in, and this time Johny Antony has roped in none other than Mohanlal himself for a project. This would be the first time Johny Antony and Mohanlal works together.

The shoot of this Mohanlal film would start soon after ‘Thaappaana’. This film would be produced by Joy Thomas Shakthikulangara. The producer is currently busy with his new film ‘Namukku Parkkaan’ with Anoop Menon and Meghna Raj in the lead roles.



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