An epical episode from God’s own industry has the celebrative mode on across the regions. The word ‘Kayamkulam Kochunni’ has broken the linguistic barriers keeping every eyes hooked in for its arrival. The iconic names involving filmmaker Rosshan Andrrews, Nivin Pauly, Mohanlal and entire team has propelled the effervescence of sparkling festivity to greater magnitude. With the film hitting screens on October 11, the makers have indued an uncalled-for conviviality for audiences now collaborating with Carnival Cinemas – The Giant Multiplex brand. Yes, Kayamkulam Kochunni becomes ‘India’s First Ever Movie Marathon’ with 200+ shows to happen in 52 screens at 19 locations continuously for 24 hours.
“A huge exhilaration prevails in me as a producer to see my film being inclined to such a sensational opening across the regions. Especially, to be ennobled as India’s first ever Movie Marathon, what else joy do I need as a producer,” exclaims producer Gokulam Gopalan of Sree Gokulam Movies. “As a producer, I have always felt the need to upgrade the stature of my production house by making films with strong values, which encompasses the traditional and cultural values of nativity with a grandeur presentation. With everyone inquisitively hoping to experience yet another film of such paradigms, Carnival Cinemas has lavished its opening with an incredulously magnificent style. We are so much proud and happy to be associated with such a Kingpin brand, whose motives aren’t just limited to escalating the ambience and aura of its chain of multiplex, but to push themselves ahead with such uniquely innovative concepts. In particular, it’s a speechless moment for the entire team to have this privilege,” tots up Gokulam Gopalan.
Kayamkulam Kochunni features Nivin Pauly, Priya Anand, Priyanka Thimmesh, Sunny Wayne, Babu Antony, Shine Tom Chacko, Siddartha Siva and many more actors with Mohanlal appearing in an extended cameo role of Ithikkara Pakki. With a clinquant technicians involving Sreekar Prasad (Editing), Gopi Sundar (Music), Cinematographers Binod Pradhan, Nirav Shah and Sudheer Palsane, the film looks sure-footed over clinching a first of its kind experience for the audience taking them for a Time-Travel to 18th century.