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[Watch] Marconi Mathai-2019- Teaser – Vijay Sethupathi playing himself in a Heart-warming Comedy

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Marconi Mathai is an upcoming Malayalam film that will release on 11th July 2019. Tamil Superstar Vijay Sethupathi will play himself as an extended cameo in the film. This is his debut film in the Malayalam cinema.

Vijay Sethupathi told to Cinemaexpresson why he chose this film for his step into Malayalam cinema,  “No matter how many youngsters come and go, your first lessons always come from your seniors. They deserve our respect and time, even if there is a date issue. I have seen some of Jayaram sir’s films and, naturally, I wanted to meet him in person.”




The veteran actor Jayaram plays the protagonist Mathai in the film. He is a retired army man working as a security guard in a bank. Athmiya gets to play the female lead opposite Jayaram.

In the heart-warming teaser, the focus seems to be on the radio.  Vijay Sethupati is seen attending the Radio show and speaking to his fans, including Jayaram. Marconi in the title of the film stands for its inventor Guglielmo Marconi.




Sanil Kalathil has written and directed Marconi Mathai. M Jayachandran has composed the music. Shameer Muhammed is working as the editor.

Vijay Sethupathi was last seen in Thiagarajan Kumararaja’s hyperlinked noir film – Super Deluxe. He will be seen this week in a Tamil action film – Sindhubaadh.

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The official synopsis says, “The plot revolves around the romance of Mathai (an ex-military man who works as security at a co-operative bank) and Anna (a sweeper at the bank).”

Marconi Mathai 2019 Teaser Trailer

Cast:  Vijay Sethupathi, Jayaram, Athmiya
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Language: Malayalam
Release Date: 11th July 2019
Genre: Comedy
Links: IMDb

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