Mylanchi Monchulla Veedu
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The trailer of the much awaited Jayaram-Asif Ali movie "Mylanchi Monchulla Veedu" is released.

The trailer introduces the character and the film's genre. It assures that the upcoming movie is a complete family entertainer with comedy, suspense, dance and music.

The trailer of the movie was released by Uday Krishna, one of the script writers of the movie through his Facebook page. The trailer shows that the story is set in an ancestral home of a Muslim family and the complexities of relationships and people who are part of it.

The film, directed by debutant Benny K Joseph is touted as a family entertainer. The script of "Mylanchi Monjulla Veedu" is done by hit-makers Uday Krishna–Siby K Thomas. The duo is known for bringing out many comedy films like "Udayapuram Sulthan", "Dhosth", "CID Moosa", "Pulival Kalyanam", "Runway", "Kochi Rajavu", "Twenty Twenty", "Pokkiri Raja", "Christian Brothers", "Mayamohini", "Kammath & Kammath" and "Sringaravelan". The duo had earlier worked with Jayaram for films like "Malayalimamanu Vanakkam" (2002) and "Twenty Twenty" (2008).


The team had earlier released the songs of the movie, which were well received by the audience. The music of the movie is composed by Afzal Yusuf, and the lyrics are penned by Rafeeq Ahammed. The background score of the movie is assembled by Bijibal.

"Mylanchi Monchulla Veedu" has Meera Nandan, Kaniha, Madhu, Siddhique, Sai Kumar, Baburaj, Saju Kodiyan, Kalabhavan Navas, Kalabhavan Shajon, Mamukkoya and Kailash in pivotal roles.

The movie gained a lot of attention as Jayaram and Asif Ali are sharing screen space together. They have earlier appeared in Sathyan Anthikkad's "Kadha Thudarunnu" (2010), but did not share screen space in the film.

The cinematography of the movie is handled by Ajay Vincent and the editing is done by Johnkutty. The upcoming family entertainer, which is produced by Haneef Muhammed under the banner of Red Rose Creations is expected to hit the screens by the end of November.