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Mammukka is just like an elder brother: Shaji Kailas

Submitted by on April 19, 2012 – 8:44 amNo Comment |

Director Shaji Kailas holds Mammootty in great esteem and has revealed that the actor holds the status of an elder brother in his heart.He remembers that Mammootty has always found time to attend his family functions even, and personally they maintain a very close relationship.

Shaji also says that there was a time when he had lost all hope, when ‘Drona 2010′ had turned out to be a major disaster at the box office. It was Mammootty who gave him the impetus to do yet another film, and who stood by him to make ‘August 15′. The same thing had happened in the case of Ranjith as well. When ‘Prajapathi’ bombed at the box office, Mammootty had given him the courage and strength to make ‘Kayyoppu’.

The director also says that Mammootty gets angry only with people whom he feels close to. The director and the actor had worked together for ‘The King and the Commissioner’ recently, that was released a few weeks back.



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