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Mammootty, Mohanlal in 60-member team to perform in Abu Dhabi on Dec 7

Mammotty and Mohanlal
Mammotty and Mohanlal
A 60-member team comprising superstars Mammootty , Mohanlal and others of the Association of Malayalam Movie Artistes (AMMA) will perform in Abu Dhabi on December 7 to raise funds for the Kerala Chief Minister's Disaster Relief Fund (CMDRF), an official said.
 
The AMMA executive meeting held here on Saturday finalised the details of the show and was led by its president Mohanlal.
 
Veteran character artist and AMMA treasurer Jagdish told IANS that the team will leave for Abu Dhabi on December 5.
 
"The show is being directed by director T. K. Rajeev Kumar. There will be a one-week rehearsal starting November 28. The duration of the programme would be around five hours and would begin in the evening," said Jagdish
 
Asianet TV is the marketing firm.
 
The other artistes who will take part in the show include Manju Warrier, Nivin Pauly, Dulquar Salman, Innocent and Prithviraj, amongst others.
 
Kerala had devastating floods from May-end to mid-August that claimed nearly 480 lives. The deluge had forced at least 14.50 lakh persons to take refuge in over 3,000 relief camps across the state.
 
Soon after the tragedy, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan urged all Malayalees to donate one month's salary to the CM's disaster relief fund.
 
IANS
 

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