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Siddharth’s first Malayalam film ‘Kammarasambhavam’ poster is out

Siddharth’s first Malayalam film ‘Kammarasambhavam’ poster is out
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Tamil film actor Siddharth has announced his first ever Malayalam film titled Kammarasambhavam. By his own admission on twitter, Kammarasambhavam is an epic film which is directed by Rathish Ambat and written by Murali Gopy. Film will be released in the summer of 2018 and no specific release date is out yet. Gokulam Gopalan is producing the film as they are known to produce big ventures in Malayalam film industry. Siddharth has done Tamil and Hindi films over a period of 17 odd years but this will be his first Malayalam outing for which he has to go through the procedure of learning the language.

Malayalam is one of the most difficult languages in the world to speak so Siddharth must have really liked the script of Kammarasambhavam. Siddharth is looking like a rich arrogant/confident patriarch from the poster with a fancy drink in the hand and a lot of smoke behind. Siddharth is having one of the best times of his career right now as he was on the forefront of his last project as a producer and lead actor. Siddharth made a bilingual horror film which was called Aval in Hindi and The House Next Door in Hindi. A dubbed version by the name of Gruham was released in Telugu.

Film went on to become one of the most highly rated horror Indian film of all time. Film did good business on box office in all 3 different languages, which depicts that all the strata or spectrum of the society fell for it. Film was garnered with rave reviews by the critics and overall ended up being a successful venture in all sense of measurements. Siddharth has spend a successful career in Hindi as well because he was an integral part of Rang De Basanti and his film Striker became very popular amongst the cinephiles. Kammarasambhavam’s teaser will be out soon.

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Shubham Dwivedi

A professional journalist, passionate cinema fanatic. Alive and kicking upto the standards of entertainment beat and i always take the life one friday at a time.

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