‘Drishyam 2’ to ‘CBI 5-The Brain’, Top Sequels in Mollywood, CBI 5 , top sequels in Mollywood

The Malayalam movie market has recorded a lot of sequels to various movies. From Mohanlal’s ‘Drishyam 2’ to Mammootty’s approaching film ‘CBI 5- The Brain’, sequels generally been given a heat welcome from the audience. Let’s consider a glimpse at the major sequels generated in Malayalam.

Megastar Mammootty’s approaching movie ‘CBI 5-The Brain’ is the fifth in the CBI collection of his character Sethurama Iyer CBI. The film will strike the theatres on Could 1. ‘Oru CBI Diary Kurippu’ produced in 1988 was the first motion picture in this series. A sequel to the motion picture titled ‘Jagratha’ was unveiled in 1989. ‘Sethurama Iyer CBI’ introduced in 2004 and ‘Nerariyan CBI’ launched in 2005 have been the 3rd and fourth areas of the CBI collection.

‘Drishyam 2’ starring Mohanlal was a single of the most celebrated sequels in the Malayalam movie field. The criminal offense thriller directed by Jeethu Joseph was the sequel to ‘Drishyam’ produced in 2013. The movie portrayed the tale of Georgekutty and his household who struggles to endure the penalties of an accidental criminal offense.

The film starring Mammooty and directed by IV Sasi was introduced in 1991 as a sequel to the 1986 movie ‘Aavanazhi’. The criminal offense thriller portrayed Mammootty in the title purpose of inspector Balram. The motion picture was adopted by an additional sequel titled ‘Balram vs Taradas’ in 2006.

The crime thriller directed by Shaji Kailas featured Mammootty as Criminal offense Department DySP Perumal. ‘August 15’ introduced in 2011 is a sequel to the 1988 film ‘August 1’.

Mohanlal’s ‘Chenkol’ directed by Sibi Malayil was a sequel to his 1989 film ‘Kireedam’. The film which was introduced in 1993 portrayed the story of Sethumadhavan who turns a prison.

The action drama which marked the directorial debut of Ranjith was a sequel to the 1993 film ‘Devaasuram’ directed by IV Sasi. ‘Ravanaprabhu’ unveiled in 2001 portrayed Mohanlal in twin roles of Mangalassery Neelakandan and his son Karthikeyan.

The detective comedy movie unveiled in 1988 was directed by Sathyan Anthikkad. The film is a sequel to the 1987 film ‘Nadodikattu’, a social satire which mentioned unemployment and linked problems of youth. Mohanlal and Sreenivasan featured the pivotal roles of Dasan and Vijayan in these flicks.
‘Akkare Akkare Akkare’ (1990) directed by Priyadarshan is the third film in this collection.

The motion drama introduced in 2005 is directed and manufactured by Renji Panicker. The motion picture which showcased Suresh Gopi in the title purpose is a sequel to the 1994 film ‘Commissioner’. The motion picture portrayed the story of an honest law enforcement officer who fights versus the corrupt political process in the point out.

The comedy thriller motion picture launched in 2009 published and directed by Lal is a sequel to ‘In Harihar Nagar’ (1990). The motion picture showcased the story of 4 good friends played by Mukesh, Siddique, Jagadish and Ashokan. ‘In Ghost Home Inn’, a horror-comedy movie released in 2010 is the 3rd installment in the ‘Harihar Nagar’ franchise.

Mannar Mathai Talking, a comedy movie was introduced in 1995 as a sequel to the 1989 film ‘Ramji Rao Speaking’ directed by Siddique and Lal’. The motion picture portrayed the adventures of 3 people named Mannar Mathai, Balakrishnan and Gopalakrishnan. Innocent, Sai Kumar and Mukesh performed the direct figures in the film. A 3rd component in the collection titled ‘Mannar Mathai Speaking 2’ directed by Mamas K Chandran was launched in 2014.

A war movie prepared and directed by Important Ravi portrayed Mohanlal as Big Mahadevan. The movie released in 2008 is a sequel to ‘Keerthu Chakra’ which hit theatres in 2006. The 3rd movie in the series was ‘Kandahar’ (2010) and the fourth a person was ‘1971: Past Borders (2017).

‘Aadu 2’ (2017) directed by Midhun Manuel Thomas highlighted Jayasurya as Shaji Pappan. The motion picture is the sequel to ‘Aadu 2’ unveiled in 2015. The comedy film portrayed the tale of Shaji Pappan and his pals. The makers have introduced ‘Aadu 3’, as a sequel to ‘Aadu 2’.

Honey Bee 2: Celebrations produced in 2017 featured Asif Ali and Bhavana in the direct roles. The movie directed by Lal Jr is a sequel to the 2013 film ‘Honey Bee’. ‘Honey Bee 2’ narrated the love tale of Seban and Angel, their preparations for relationship and the conflicting views of two households belonging to unique cultures.