Telugu audiences have been greatly influenced by Manjummel Boys, the highest-grossing Malayalam movie. Both reviewers and viewers have praised it greatly. The movie’s reception in the Telugu market, both locally and globally, has been extraordinary. In North America, the combined Telugu and Malayalam versions are expected to bring in $2 million.

The distributors decided to open more locations yesterday due to the overwhelming demand for more screenings in the United States. Your request to add more Regal locations has been noted, and passes are now available as a result. The movie is free for anyone with a Regal Unlimited subscription.

To truly appreciate the cinematography, background music, and heart-pounding thrilling moments in this film, it must be seen on a big screen. With a clean U-rated rating, it’s the ideal movie for a family weekend excursion.

With Soubin Shahir, Sreenath Bhasi, Balu Varghese, Ganapathi S. Poduval, and Lal Jr. among its talented ensemble cast, Chidambaram is the film’s director. A group of men go to the Guna Caves in Kodaikanal as part of a storyline produced by Parava Films.

When they come upon a friend who has fallen into a pit during their visit, they come up with a plan to save him from the depths of the cave. After its release on February 22, the movie has amassed the highest gross in the history of the Malayalam film industry and is still showing in a number of Indian theaters.

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