Aashirvad Cinemas opens office in Hong Kong, set to conquer Chinese movie market

Producer Antony Perumbavoor (C) and Mohanlal (R)

Super star Mohanlal is all set to thrill his fans, this Onam, with his upcoming movie Ittymani Made In China.

Parts of the movie have been shot in China and the pictures of the actor from the location had become viral on the social media. Now, the award winning actor is back in the neighboring country and the fans are quite intrigued about it. Mohanlal is in China to inaugurate the maiden office of Aashirvad Cinemas in Hong Kong. The screen icon is accompanied by his trusted lieutenant, producer Antony Perumbavoor.

The incredible success of Mohanlal-starrer Drishyam in China has prompted the film house to make investments there. Aashirvad Cinemas hopes to claim a major foothold in China which is one of the biggest markets for cinema in the world.

Mohanlal’s Odiyan too had become a hit there. Meanwhile, Lucifer’s global success and mass appeal has paved the way for a Malayali super star like Mohanlal to make major inroads into a massive movie market like China.

Forthcoming movie Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham, produced by Aashirvad Cinemas on a mega budget of Rs 100 crore would be simultaneously released in China along with other foreign countries. This movie reportedly contains scenes in which Marakkar is defending Chinese attacks. These scenes are incredibly shot to impress the Chinese audience who enjoy watching historical struggles and sea battles portrayed on the big screen.

Film maker Priyadarshan has apparently created a magnum opus which has many amazing moments where Mohanlal has excelled with his impeccable acting skills.

Meanwhile, Ittymani Made In China which releases in Kerala on September 6 will hit the Chinese theaters as well. The movie has been censored with a clean ‘U’ certificate. Ittymani Made In China, which releases in more than 250 centers in Kerala will be released in other Indian states and in foreign countries at the same time. 

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