Eros to release Mammootty starrer ‘Pathemari’ on 9 October

MUMBAI: Eros International is all set to release its second Malayalam film - Pathemari - in association with writer, director Salim Ahamed on 9 October, 2015.


The movie, which stars Mammootty, is produced by Allens Media and directed by Ahamed.


Set against the backdrop of the Gulf migration of Keralites, Pathemari tells the story of migrants Pallikal Narayanan (Mammootty) and his friend Moydeen, their sacrifices that symbolise the lives of several Kerala migrants in Gulf.


Ahamed’s debut venture was Adaminte Makan Abu.


Eros International managing director Sunil Lulla said, “After our debut Malayalam project, Life of Josutty, we are happy to associate with established talent like Salim Ahamed and superstar Mammootty. The Malayalam film industry is witnessing its golden age and we are happy to be associating with some of the best talent in the industry.”


“This is a film dedicated to the Malayali expatriates who first started their journey to the Gulf in search of greener pastures many years ago. I am excited to collaborate with a leading studio like Eros who with their decades of experience will give the right showcasing and a great platform for this film,” added Ahamed.


Pathemari also stars other Malayalam film industry actors including Srinivasan, Siddique, Joy Mathew, Jewel Mary, Viji Chindrasakher, Salim Kumar and Sunil Sugatha amongst others.


Pathemari will be released across India as well as in all GCC countries.

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