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Manjummel Boys all Set to Become Highest Grosser of the Year in Tamil Nadu

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The Malayalam film “Manjummel Boys” continues its box office dominance! After becoming the highest-grossing Mollywood film ever with over 200 crores worldwide, it’s now setting its sights on a new record in Tamil Nadu.

“Manjummel Boys” has captured the hearts of audiences beyond Kerala, performing exceptionally well in Tamil Nadu despite not having a dubbed Tamil version. The film’s connection to the iconic Kamal Haasan movie “Guna” (filmed partly in Kodaikanal) likely resonated with Tamil viewers. Additionally, the story unfolds in Kodaikanal, with key dialogues even being spoken in Tamil, further drawing in the Tamil audience.

This phenomenal success has “Manjummel Boys” on track to becoming the highest-grossing film of the year in Tamil Nadu. The film has already surpassed the 50 crore mark with its original Malayalam version and currently sits at around 54 crores in just 26 days. This puts it on course to dethrone “Ayalaan” starring Sivakarthikeyan, which collected around 57 crores in January.

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Directed by Chidambaram, “Manjummel Boys” is a survival drama based on a true story. It follows a group of friends from Ernakulam who embark on a trek through the Guna caves, only to face a life-threatening situation. The film features Sreenath Bhasi, Soubin Shahir, Ganapathi, Balu Varghese, and Jean-Paul Lal in key roles.

With its gripping story and strong performances, “Manjummel Boys” has proven to be a crowd-pleaser across language barriers. The film’s potential to become the top-grosser in Tamil Nadu is a testament to its universal appeal.

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