Malayalam actor Mammootty, who is basking in the success of his latest film "Pathemari", is on a two-weeks trip to Japan with his family.

In a new live Facebook video, the actor has thanked everyone for appreciating Pallikal Narayanan and the film "Pathemari". 

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The actor has also turned 'reporter' from Hiroshima, explaining about the impact of the deadly atomic bombing that destroyed the city in 1945.

"Like Pallikal Narayanan, am a temporary pravasi now. Right now I am in Hiroshima, which is a small town in Japan that has a long history. During the World War II in 1945, America destroyed this place by dropping an atom bomb," Mammootty is heard saying in the video (translated from Malayalam).

"I am turning a reporter for you all from this place, which still preserves the remains of the deadly bombing. On 6 August at 8:15 am America's B-20 bomber was dropped to this commericial exhibition centre from a height of 600m and everybody inside the building died. But the building still remains as a memory of the bombing," the actor says, showing the remains of Hiroshima atom bombing in the video.

Watch the video below:


Posted by Mammootty on Monday, October 12, 2015

Mammootty has reportedly wrapped up the shooting of AK Sajan's upcoming film and is expected to come back from Japan by the end of October for the shooting of Uday Ananthan's "White" in London. The film, which is expected to go on floors on 1 November, is rumoured to have Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi in the female lead role. The film will be majorly shot in London.