Ennum Eppozhum
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The much awaited trailer of Mohanlal-Manju Warrier starrer "Ennum Eppozhum" is out.

The trailer introduces the lead characters and the basic storyline of the movie. It begins with the introduction of Vineeth N Pillai (Mohanlal), who works as a reporter in a leading women's magazine Vanitha Ratnam. He lacks commitment to his work and because of his careless nature, he is being accused as an irresponsible person by his colleagues and the management.

Meanwhile, Manju will be seen as a socially committed family court lawyer, Deepa, who stands up for what she believes is right and in a way is a symbol of women power.

Vineeth notices Deepa in a newspaper report and intends to interview her for a feature. He tries his best to get her attention but Deepa refuses to be part of his article.

The trailer talks about how Vineeth and Deepa, who are poles apart in character meet by destiny and how they connect to each other.

As reported earlier, the film also has Innocent as Deepa's neighbour, Kuriachan. He is a father like figure for Deepa and she takes his opinion on everything she does. Reenu Mathews will also be seen in the film in the role of Kalyani, who joins Vanitha Rathnam's management.

Jacob Gregory, is seen as Mohanlal close associate and helper who sticks with him in all joys and troubles.

The story of the movie is by veteran actor Raveendran and the script is wriiten by Ranjan Parmod. It looks like the makers have designed a pleasant movie with lot of positivity and humorous elements to fit to audiences' expectations.

From the trailer itself, it is obvious that both Mohanlal and Manju Warrier has given out flawless performances.

Equally good is the cinematography by Neil D'Cunha. The team had earlier released the music of the movie by Vidhyasagar, which has received some rave reviews. 

"Ennum Eppozhum" is scheduled to release on 27 March and is produced by Antony Perumbavoor under the banner of Ashirwad Cinemas. The film is directed by Sathyan Anthikkad.