For decades, Mammootty has been an integral part of Malayalam cinema and there's nothing exaggerated in saying that the actor has dedicated his life for cinema. On many occasions, Mammootty has talked about his love and passion for movies. But recently, he revealed that he had lost one year of his life due to cinema.
At the audio launch of upcoming Malayalam movie 'Evide', Mammootty revealed that he failed in the second year of predegree because he spent too much time in theatres.
Mammootty said, “I wish that all movies should be successful because it's the love for movies that drove me till here. As a youngster, I was scolded several times for watching movies. In fact, one of the reasons why I lost a year was cinemas. I failed in second year of predegree because I went to watch movies. There cannot be anything other than movies in my life,” he said.
The actor was speaking at the event in Kochi in the presence of lead stars of the movie Manoj K Jayan and Asha Sharath. Directed by K K Rajeev, the story of the film is by Bobby and Sanjay and script by Krishnan C.
The film also features Prem Prakash, Baiju, Shebin Benson and Anaswara Rajan in main roles. Noushad Shereef handled cinematography and music is by Ouseppachan. The film is the first project of Holiday Movies, a coming together of Jubilee Productions, Prakash Movietone and Maruthi Pictures.