Mohanlal's Spadikam celebrates 25 years of its release; director Bhadran reveals that the 4k remastered version of the film to be out soon

Mohanlal fans are extremely happy now that Spadikam is back in discussion and everyone is sharing their memories associated with the movie
Written By Anoop Sai Bandi | Updated: March 30, 2020 18:58 IST
Mohanlal's Spadikam celebrates 25 years of its release; director Bhadran reveals that the 4k remastered version of the film to be out soon

If you take out Malayalam superstar Mohanlal's filmography and pick the best of them, Spadikam will definitely join that list. Directed by Bhadran, this film got released on March 30th, 1995. Today marks the 25 years of its release. On this occasion, Bhadran has revealed that the 4k restored version of Spadikam will get re-released with Dolby Atmos soon.

 
Bhadran shared this news on social media earlier this morning. He announced it through a special social media post. He also revealed the first look poster of the movie. Speaking to a news daily, Bhadran said that he is re-releasing the movie or the young generation who have watched the film on television and on the internet multiple times. He said that it is for the people who missed watching the film on the big screen. Bhadran said that the 4k restoration and Dolby Atmos mixing will make the movie-watching experience a worthy one.
 
Apparently, the makers have shelled out Rs. 2 crores to improve the video and audio quality of the movie. They have decided to release the first look poster thinking that it may uplift the mood of the audiences during this quarantine period. More details on the film's release will be out once the lockdown gets over. We hear that the first character poster of Spadikam will be out on May 21st, on the occasion of Mohanlal's birthday.
 
Spadikam is the story of a father who is never happy with his son as the latter likes to live on his own terms. Thilakan, Urvashi and Silk Smitha have played the other important roles in the movie.
 
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