Hareesh Peradi expressed his happiness at collaborating with Mohanlal in Malaikottai Vaaliban after working together on films like Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham, Red Chillies, and Loham.
During the promotional event of Lijo Jose Pellissery’s Malaikottai Vaaliban, Hareesh Peradi was all praise for his co-star Mohanlal. The film is slated to release in theatres worldwide on January 25.
Hareesh, who plays a major role in this film, expressed his happiness at collaborating with the Neru actor for the sixth time after working on films like Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham, Red Chillies, and Loham.
“I have always loved Mohanlal as an actor and have grown up seeing his films. I think highly of him and respect the creativity with which he imbues his varied characters," he remarked.
The actor said that there is a lot for people to learn from Mohanlal as an artist, particularly those who want to work in movies.
Hareesh Peradi spoke about his experience working with Lijo Jose Pellissery in Malaikottai Vaaliban, highlighting the commitment and perseverance of the crew and cast over the course of more than a year. "We were together for a long time compared to my short schedules for other films, so I blended in with the cast and crew well," he continued.
In a social media post, he also posted a picture of himself with Mohanlal, indicating that his scenes in the movie were finished. The Life of Josutty actor said that it was an incredible experience travelling through a captivating and unknown world in a different era with one of the greatest actors of all time.
“I am wrapping up my final scene in the movie with this great actor today. My acting career has taken a colourful turn with the embrace of this actor, who possesses flawless skill. This is an extreme instance of mutual respect between two people who are inseparable in terms of their roles as actors, their humanity, and their characters...Laleetaa,” the actor wrote on Facebook.
Hareesh Peradi, who did not have any Malayalam releases in 2023, will appear in Unni Mukundan’s Jai Ganesh and Tovino Thomas’ Ajayante Randam Moshanam this year.