The tagline at the end of the recently launched Big Brother film trailer looks very intriguing -'Feel The Lalhood'. Whoever created the promotional design of the film played with the word 'manhood' to appeal to Mohanlal fans. Funnily, it does come across as a tagline for a porn film which Big Brother is definitely not. Directed by Siddique, Big Brother has Mohanlal in the lead role, and features Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan, making his Mollywood debut, in an important role. Big Brother: Mohanlal Releases the First Poster of His Upcoming Action Entertainer With Siddique (See Pic).
Siddique (along with his former partner Lal) had created a legacy for himself making light-hearted entertainers like Ramji Rao Speaking, In Harihar Nagar, Godfather, Vietnam Colony, Hitler, Friends etc. Big Brother, going by the trailer, feels nothing like the films that he had made before, being a pakka action entertainer, with Mohanlal in a larger-than-life role. He plays a man, Edwin Moses (that can be a deception) who has a past involving narcotics, but now has settled himself as a family man. But his past comes knocking on his doorstep, and he is back to kicking ass. If you do feel getting vibes of Lucifer from the trailer, join the club!
Arbaaz Khan, possessing a very obvious dubbed voice, plays what looks to be an honest police officer wanting to take down the drugs ring. Superstar Mohanlal Releases the First Look Poster of Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham on January 1, 2020! A Perfect New Year Gift for All Lalettan Fans.
Check out the trailer of Big Brother below:
Big Brother has a huge supporting cast featuring Siddique (actor), Honey Rose, Anoop Menon, Vishnu Unnikrishnan, Sarjano Khalid, Mirnaa Menon, Devan, John Vijay, Irshad and others. Apart from Arbaaz, Bollywood actors Chetan Hansraj and Asif Basra are also part of the cast.
Big Brother is the third film in which Siddique has directed Mohanlal in, the others being Vietnam Colony and Ladies and Gentleman. While Vietnam Colony, inspired by Kevin Costner's Dances With Wolves, was a huge blockbuster, Ladies and Gentleman was a disaster. Lalettan fans would be expecting Big Brother to take the Vietnam Colony route at the box office, when the film releases in January 2020.