The official teaser of Mohanlal's upcoming Telugu film "Manamantha" was released on June 24. The one-minute-11-second teaser, released on the YouTube page of Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram, features the superstar along with Gauthami, Viswant, Raina Rao and Anisha Ambrose. The teaser of the movie's Malayalam version titled "Vismayam" and Tamil version "Namadhu" were released on the YouTube page of the superstar.
The movie narrates the incidents that happen in the life of four people at different phases in their life â€” childhood, youth and adulthood. Mohanlal is expected to play the role of a supermarket's assistant manager. He is said to be a middle-class down-to-earth man with strong principles that he doesn't compromise on for anything. Interestingly, Mohanlal has dubbed for his portions in Telugu.
The Chandra Sekhar Yeleti directorial also has Urvashi, Nassar, Gollapudi Maruthi Rao, Parachuri Venkateshwara Rao, Vennala Kishore, Dhanraj, Praveen, Naveen Neni, Harshavardhan and Ayyapa P Sharma in significant roles. The family entertainer is the production venture of Sai Korrapati under the banner of Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram.
Recently, Mohanlal had shared a few photos of him dubbing for the Telugu movie. "Giving voice to Manamantha. It is a pleasure to learn and dub Telugu [sic]," the actor wrote while sharing the pictures. Even before joining the set of "Manamantha," the actor had started learning the language and had then shared a photo of him with the caption "Learning Telugu."
Meanwhile, the superstar is also set to make a mark in the Tollywood industry by starring with Junior NTR in the Telugu movie "Janatha Garage," which is being helmed by Koratala Siva. Mohanlal plays as an expert car mechanic in the film, which portrays two phases of his character. Rahman will be seen as his brother in the film and Malayalam young actor Unni Mukundan plays as an antagonist in it. The makers have announced that they will release the official teaser of the thriller on July 6.
Watch the teasers of "Manamantha"/"Vismayam"/"Namadhu" here: