Chandra Sekhar Yeleti stood stunned by seeing the perfection Mohanlal brings to the character!
Chandra Sekhar Yeleti stood stunned by seeing the perfection Mohanlal brings to the character!

Chandrasekhar Yeleti stood stunned by seeing the perfection Mohanlal brings to the character!

Chandrasekhar Yeleti stood stunned by seeing the perfection Mohanlal brings to the character!


Mohanlal starrer bilingual movie Manamantha will hit the screen on this coming August 5th. The film will have a Malayalam version named Vismayam and it will be dubbed in Tamil as well. National award winning director Chandrasekhar Yeleti had scripted and directed this movie in which Mohanlal and Gauthami playing the lead roles along with some fresh faces. The teaser of the film already got the attention from Film lovers and everybody is now looking for the film, which will be an emotional drama and feel good movie without much mass masala elements. Director Chandrasekhar Yeleti said that he roped in Mohanlal to play the character of Sairam in this movie as he believed that only Mohanlal can do justice to this character. The director said that he along with his whole crew stood stunned by watching the perfection this actor brings to the character and to the whole scene. When he is in front of the camera, it is like some magic happening and he transforms into the character.

He said that Sabu Cyril had introduced him to Mohanlal. At first, he said that he is too busy. But when he heard the story of this flick, he gave him his dates at that very moment itself. Chandrasekhar Yeleti said that Mohanlal is a so down to earth human being and his humbleness is a lesson for all others to learn. He is called as The Complete Actor in Indian Cinema and according to Chandrasekhar Yeleti, Mohanlal proves it every time he is in front of the camera.

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