Megastar Mammootty’s film Parole’s release date postponed

Directed by Sharrath Sandith the release of Megastar Mammootty's Parole has been pushed to April 5, 2018.

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Parole will now be released on April 5, 2018

Superstar Mammootty’s next film, Parole has been awaited with much anticipation. The trailer of Parole had hit the social media platforms a couple of weeks ago making the audience excited about the big release of the movie. But now as per the makers of the film, fans will have to wait a little longer as the release date for Parole has been pushed to April 5, 2018. The makers announced the postponing through Parole’s official Facebook page.

The Facebook post read “Dear all, due to some technical reasons, we regret to announce that our movie release has been postponed to 5th April 2018. Thank you for your patience. Your support and care has been really important to us. Please keep supporting. Let’s join hands to make Parole a big success!”

Dear all, due to some technical reasons, we regret to announce that our movie release has been postponed to 5th April…

Posted by Parole on Thursday, March 29, 2018

If reports are to be believed the postponing of the Mammootty’s film is due to a delay in obtaining a clearance certificate from the Animal Welfare Board of India which thereafter needs to be submitted to the Central Board of Film Certification to get the Censor certification for Parole. The movie was initially scheduled to release on March 31, 2018.

Iniya will be seen romancing Mammootty in the movie. The other cast includes Miya George, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Siddique, Lalu Alex, Padmaraj Ratheesh, Juby Ninan and Alancier Ley Lopez.

The emotional drama directed by debutant Sharrath Sandith has been inspired by true events. Mammootty will be seen essaying the role of a comrade named Alex with and will be seen as a rebel and a convict. The story for the film has been written by Ajith Poojapura.
Mammootty is presently busy with a series of movies, including a thriller by debutant Deen Dennis, sequel of the much celebrated movie Big B, Santhosh Shivan’s Kunjali Marakkar, and the Telugu biopic on late Andhra Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy.

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