Mohanlal gets clicked by noted photographer Nick UT on the sets of Odiyan

Mohanlal can be seen in a youthful avatar as he gets clicked on the sets of Odiyan,

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Mohanlal gets clicked by noted photographer Nick UT on the sets of Odiyan

The highly revered Mohanlal is arguably one of the most revered and popular names in Malayalam cinema today. During a long and illustrious career, the National award winning method actor has won the love of fans courtesy his evergreen personality, gripping performances, and remarkable range as a performer. Moreover, over the years, he has featured in several evergreen classics and proved that he is a synonym for success.

Now, he is in the spotlight for an awesome reason. As it so happens, ‘Lalettan’ just posted an amazing pic on Twitter. In it, he can be seen getting clicked by noted International photographer Nick UT. And, as expected, the star seems to be happy about the honour. It is indeed nice to see two legends in one frame!

Interestingly, Mohanlal is currently shooting for Odiyan. The film is a supernatural-thriller and is being directed by VA Shrikumar, In it, ‘Lalettan’ will be seen playing the role of a person from the legendary Odiyan community which was famous for scaring people. The veteran will be seen sporting numerous looks in the film including a youthful one. Mohanlal has undergone a remarkable physical transformation for Odiyan and added a new dimension to the buzz surrounding the film. A 25-member team worked on his fitness and helped him get into shape for the film.

“As part of the 25-member team from France, there will be masseurs, ayurvedic experts, dermatologists and hardcore fitness trainers. It’s also the first time such a team is brought in for an actor’s makeover in Malayalam cinema as we want Lalettan to have a refreshed look once the regime is over,” the director had told a daily.

Interestingly, a few months ago, the director had revealed that the film would feature several intense action scenes.

“There will be five action sequences and five songs – all of which are weaved in as part of the narrative. The action scenes will the highlight. Also, there will be a lot of special effects and we would be taking close to six months for the post production,” he had added.

So, did you like this pic? Comments, please!

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