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Ramji Rao to speak again without Mukesh!

Submitted by on May 3, 2012 – 6:53 pmNo Comment |

The third part of the super hit film ‘Ramji Rao Speaking’ is being planned, but actor Mukesh wouldn’t be a part of it! It has been reported that Mukesh, who had appeared in both the first and second parts of the film has taken objection to a newcomer directing the film, and had opted out of the film.

The third part of the hit film would be directed by Mathews, and would have Innocent doing a key role. Its learned that Saikumar might also be seen in a cameo. Despite Mukesh not agreeing to do the film, the producers of the third part have been reported to be going ahead with the film.

Ramji Rao speaking was directed by the director duo Siddique and Lal, and was a runaway hit. It is still considered as one of the best comedies ever made in Malayalam films. Later we saw a sequel to the film as well ‘Mannar Mathai Speaking’ that was directed by Mani C Kappan.

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