Mollywood industry's movie trailer of Oru Mexican Aparatha film has gone on to beat the record set by that of Jomonte Suviseshangal. Presently, Oru Mexican Aparatha holds the record for the most viewed trailer of a Malayalam film in the first 24 hours.
The trailer of the movie did fetch 6.04 Lakhs views in the first 24 hours and thus beating the record of Jomonte Suviseshangal. The trailer of Dulquer Salmaan feature had fetched 5. 79 Lakhs views within 24 hours. The trailer of Mohanlal's Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol is at the third spot with 5.2 Lakhs views.
As per latest report from sources the trailer view count of
the movie stands at 9.69 Lakhs and it is inching towards the 1 Million
collections and this shows the huge reception that Oru Mexican Aparatha's
trailer has got. The film is now one of the most anticipated movies of this
Anushka Shetty's next to release by December Anushka, who impressed with her powerful performance as the strong princess Devasena who displays steely resolve and completes a revenge mission for her husband's death in SS Rajamouli's Baahubali series that had its second installment released early this year, has been busy shooting for her next.
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