Mammootty, Mohanlal, Tovino Thomas, Dileep & other stars attend producer Santhosh's daughter's wedding

Tovino Thomas, Dileep, Mammootty and Mohanlal among many other Malayalam stars attended producer Santhosh T Kuruvilla's daughter Sharon Ann Santhosh's wedding reception. Check out the photos here.
Mammootty, Mohanlal, Tovino Thomas, Dileep & other stars attend producer Santhosh's daughter's weddingMammootty, Mohanlal, Tovino Thomas, Dileep & other stars attend producer Santhosh's daughter's wedding
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Tovino Thomas, Dileep, Mammootty and Mohanlal among many other Malayalam stars were clicked at producer Santhosh T Kuruvilla's daughter Sharon Ann Santhosh's wedding reception on Thursday, May 16. It was a star-studded event with who's who from the Malayalam film industry under one roof to bless the newly-wedded couple. Producer Santhosh took to Facebook and shared some of the stunning photos from his daughter's wedding reception that took place in Kochi recently. Mammootty and Mohanlal sharing the stage is something that always grabs attention. Mohanlal was clicked at the wedding with his wife Suchitra while Mammootty was clicked alone. 

Others who were clicked at the wedding reception were Dileesh Pothan, Soubin Shahir, Aishwarya Lekshmi and Aparna Balamurali among others. UAE-based businessman Santhosh shares a good bond with the actors of the film industry. He produced films in Malayalam in 2012 and is currently co-producing the film, Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham starring Mohanlal. The film is being directed by National Award-winning filmmaker Priyadarshan and it is the second collaboration of Mohanlal and producer Santhosh after their last film together, Neerali (2018). 

Meanwhile, check out some stunning photos of Malayalam stars under one roof at a big fat wedding in Kochi: 

On the other hand, Mammootty is busy with the shooting of his upcoming film, Maamaankam. The makers of the film have geared up for the last schedule being shot in Kochi. The film is based on the Maamaankam festival that was celebrated during the 17th century.

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