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Tabu to turn a Angry bird

IndiaGlitz [Thursday, February 14, 2013]
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The Bollywood actress Tabu made a phenomenal landing into Mollywood almost a fifteen years ago, with the Priyadharshan movie ' Kaalapani' which ran in many festivals. She was also seen donning the female lead in the movie 'Coverstory'.

Now after a decade from these movies, the tall actress will soon be making a comeback with the new movie 'Angry Birds'.

Anoop menon is the scribe who has meticulously written a script and character for Tabu in this movie which will also have the likes of Mamtha Mohandas, Bhavana and Reema Kallingal as the other angry birds. To be directed by Aji John who is currently filming 'Hotel California' with Anoop Menon and Jayasuriya , the male protagonists of  this movie is yet to be confirmed.




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