'1971 Beyond Borders' movie release date:- '1971 Beyond Borders' release was set to be fixed on April 13th, 2017 but an official confirmation is awaited from the movie team. As the shoot of the movie was completed a few days, it was known that the makers are eyeing to see the movie as a summer treat for Malayalam audience.

The movie is based on a true incident and Major Ravi directed this film. As per the filmmakers "In ’ 1971 Beyond Borders’, Mohanlal appears as Major Mahadevan for the fourth time and the shooting of the film was progressed in Rajasthan, Georgia, Ottapaalam, and Pattambi.

The movie is produced by Haneef Mohammed under the banner of Red Rose Creations and Mohanlal enacts double role as Major Mahadevan and Major Sahadevan. The life and stories of Men in uniform are captured with intense sincerity."

Telugu actor Allu Sirish debuts in Malayalam Industry with '1971 Beyond Borders'

Tollywood hero Allu Sirish, who is the brother of Allu Arjun debuted into Malayalam film Industry with '1971 Beyond Borders' movie. The actor played a cameo role in the film and expressed his happiness on debuting into Mollywood Industry with legendary actor Mohanlal's film.

His brother Allu Arjun earned good fame in the Mollywood Industry as Mallu Arjun with most of his dubbed Telugu movies in Malayalam remained as hit movies at the box office.

So it is definitely going to help this Tollywood actor to have a decent debut with this movie.

Huge expectations on Mohanlal's next

As all the recent releases of this legendary actor remained as commercial success at the Kerela box office, the expectations are huge on Mohanlal's next movie '1971 Beyond Borders' to perform extremely well at the ticket window from the audience.

Nonetheless, Mohanlal's 'Munthiri Vallikal Thalirkumbol' which released on January 20th, 2017 minted above Rs 28+ crores gross at the Kerela box office until now and it is heading towards blockbuster hit at the ticket window. On the other hand, the movie which released last week in the United Kingdom minted £ 100k in its opening weekend at the ticket window.