Veteran Malayalam actor Mohanlal’s latest release Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham or Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian Sea has been released worldwide, people praising like it’s a huge impactful film from a small industry.
Where experience actor-director duo Mohanlal-Priyadarshan waited for a long for their epic releases, some spoiler elements were also waiting for the movie which is in limelight for its background music effect, visuals, storyline, and performances.
Malayalam movie Superstar Mohanlal brought popular and big stars from other industries, Bollywood’s Anna Suniel Shetty, Veteran Tamil actor Arjun Sarja, beautiful Keerthy Suresh, Prabhu, Ashok Selvan, Manju Warrier, Nedamudi Venu, and others together for this period war action drama.
Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham or Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian is the biggest budget film to date, the budget is being said around Rs 90-100 Crores. Undoubtedly, there is something to happen in the Malayalam industry which never been seen before.
According to the reports, Marakkar is online available just after a day of release in the UAE. A good print is available on torrent sites like Tamilrockers, Filmyzilla, Tamilyogi, and others.
According to last year’s report of a mint, in India, the online film piracy percent has risen to 62% post-covid-19. Not just Marakkar, films in several languages from Thalaivi, Doctor, Maanaadu, Love Story, and others got leaked.
These spoilers tried hard to make a film flop but audiences still love to watch their movie stars’ films in theaters, Sivakarthikeyan’s black comedy-drama Doctor or Varun Doctor also leaked on the same date but the film did more than Rs 100 Cr business worldwide in such tough situation like a pandemic.
Marakkar was released in the United Arab Emirates on December 1, on their National Day Holiday, now has been released on 4100 screens worldwide. Early reviews are positive and mixed for this much-anticipated history war drama. Marakkar has been released in 5 languages Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada.
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