Mammootty sports an intense look in Rorschach’s new poster. see here
Mammootty’s new Rorschach movie poster is out. It presents him in a menacing new avatar.
Mammootty in Rorschach
Mammootty is gearing up for the release of Rorschach, which is billed as one of the most intriguing movies of the year. The movie features him in a new avatar, which made the wait harder. Now here’s some big news for those who are looking forward to the movie. His new poster is out. Rorschach is an action thriller film directed by Nisam Basheer. It is produced by Mammootty itself.
RORSCHACH NEW POSTER RELEASED
Mammootty, who turned 71 a few days ago, will be seen playing a character named Luke Anthony in Rorschach. The film is presented as an intense thriller with a layered narrative. Now his new poster has been released, in which we see Mammooty in a creepy avatar as he prepares to face his “prey”. The intensity of his eyes is hard to miss.
Rorschach is an action thriller that revolves around a mysterious man named Luke Anthony, played by Mammootty. The cast includes Sharafudeen, Grace Antony, and Kottayam Nazeer, among others. Rorschach is directed by Nisam Basheer. This will be his second directorial adventure after the romantic drama directed by Asif Ali, Kettyolaanu Ente Malakha. Rorschach is produced by Mammootty itself. Nimish Ravi and Kiran Das serve as cinematographer and editor respectively. The music is composed by Midhun Mukundan, who gained attention for his work on the Kannada film Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana. Rorschach is set to open in theaters on September 29.
WHAT’S NEXT FOR MAMMOOTTY
Mammootty, meanwhile, remains an inseparable part of Malayalam cinema despite the emergence of young stars. Megastar will return to Telugu cinema with Agent, starring Akhil Akkineni. The film is directed by Surender Reddy. Mammootty’s other upcoming films include Christopher, Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam by Lijo Jose Pellissery and Bilal, directed by Amal Neerad. Bilal, in particular, has garnered a lot of attention because it’s a sequel to his cult action movie Big B, released in 2007.
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