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Meena's Malayalam comeback


MEENA HAS made a comeback of sorts to Malayalam cinema with Shaji Kailash's Naatturaajaavu opposite the evergreen Mohan Lal. This time around, she has to share the female lead with the upcoming actress Nayanatara. Shaji Kailash also signed Kalabhavan Mani, Rajan. P. Dev, Mohanraj, Riyaz Khan for his ambitious venture.

Meanwhile, Mohan Lal had just completed work on a complicated theme handled by Fazil in Athu Nee Thanneyannu.

He plays a person with E.S.P. or sixth sense.

He develops interest in Nayanatara, a medical college student with peculiar traits. In fact, these mysterious traits in her create curiosity for the hero. She suddenly disappears and his search for her unfolds strange happenings.

Mohan Lal hasn't had a hit in the recent past and is pinning his hopes on this film and Shaji's venture.

Meena is all excited to make a mark once again in Malayalam films.

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