Suresh Gopi is one of the favourite actors of the Malayalam audience. Suresh Gopi has already proved that apart from being an actor, he is also a politician and a singer. The news of Suresh Gopi reaching out to the helpless with a helping hand has come out many times. Now director Samad Mankada's words about Suresh Gopi are getting attention. The director shared the experience of going to the actor to narrate the story of the film Kichamani MBBS.
Samad Mankada's words:
My film was not in the pattern of the films he does. I thought that the story could be told by Cochin Hanifaka. If he speaks, everyone will listen. Everyone loves Hanifka. Sureshetan, Hanifka, I and Salim were met at a hilltop. I was introduced by Hanifka. This is Samad Mangata. Films like Anachantham and Maduchandralekha have been made. There is a story. He want to direct. Listen to this story. He said he could decide after listening. He heard it and said he liked it. So we started telling the story. He asked if we were fasting while listening to the story. It is the time of Ramzan fasting. I said yes. He got up and left while listening to the story. I had to call someone. After telling the story, it was time to break our fast. Juice and fruits were all available to us by this time. Earlier, he got up and called to arrange all this. They came on time. After telling the story, we waited to know what the decision would be. He said he liked the story. We discussed who the other stars are. We had already envisioned Biju Menon as the villain. Then there were Navya and Jayasurya. Sureshetan said that Sukumar should do the camera. He had only that suggestion. Went and saw Sukuvetan. He agreed. Then he took over our team.
The director's response was given in an interview given to a YouTube channel called Master Bin. Meanwhile, Suresh Gopi's last release is Paappan, directed by Joshi. When Paappan hit the theatres on July 29, Malayalam cinema got another mega hit. Suresh Gopi's 252nd film, Paappan, has already entered the Rs 50 crore club. Paappan also has the distinction of being the first film where his son Gokul and Suresh Gopi came together.