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July 8 2014 | by Rahul

Mammootty’s ‘Manglish’ set to become the 1st Malayalam film to use Dolby Atmos

Manglish revolves around the love story between a tourist guide and a foreign girl.

Dts and Dolby digital sound format has become a thing of past. Now it’s time to embrace Dolby Atmos. Mammootty’s upcoming movie ‘Manglish’ has the honour of being the first Malayalam film to be mixed and released in the Dolby Atmos sound format.

“Dolby Atmos is the most powerful technology we have ever used when it comes to cinema sound. We are proud to be the first ones to use this technology in a Malayalam movie, ensuring that the audiences get the most exciting entertainment experience while watching Manglish,” the film’s director Salaam Bappu said in a statement.

With Dolby Atmos filmmakers can now precisely position and move sounds anywhere in a theatre-even overhead-to heighten the realism and impact of every scene.  Dolby Atmos uses a combination of more channels and speakers – up to 64 in total, to reproduce natural and lifelike audio experience that perfectly matches the story. This type of sound format was used in films like “Life of Pi”, “Brave” and “Dhoom 3”.

Dolby Atmos is a new technology and sadly there only few theatres in Kerala that has Dolby Atmos system. EVM Group’s Jawahar Cinema at Kothamangalam, is the first theatre in the state to offer Dolby Atmos experience.

Manglish stars Mammootty and actress Caroline Bech of Netherlands in leading roles. The film revolves around the love story between a tourist guide and a foreign girl.  Manglish is produced by Redrose Creations and the film is scheduled for an Eid release on July 25.

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