Mohanlal visits India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier IAC Vikrant

Actor Mohanlal, who is also a lieutenant colonel in the Indian Army, visited India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier (IAC) Vikrant, which is soon to be commissioned, built at the Cochin Shipyard Limited. During the visit, he interacted with the workers of Vikrant as well as its crew. Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) was present on the ship during the visit.

Major Ravi, a retired Indian Army Major and actor, and director in Malayalam also accompanied Mohanlal to meet Vikrant. After the visit, Mohanlal shared his thoughts through his social media accounts, writing, “Honored to be aboard India’s first Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC), soon to be built at Cochin Shipyard Limited, Kerala as Vikrant. He is a true engineering man. He is a true engineering marvel that further strengthens the Indian Navy and showcases India’s shipbuilding capabilities.”

In a subsequent tweet, he said, “I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to the Commanding Officer, Commodore Vidyadhar Harke, VSM, and Mr. Madhu Nair, Chairman and Managing Director, Cochin Shipyard Ltd., for the warm welcome, especially for this wonderful opportunity.” I express.” He also said, “Looking at the unique features of this mean machine, I urge all the people behind IAC Vikrant to salute victoriously, may he always be victorious at sea.”

On the work front, Mohanlal, who has several projects lined up, has decided to direct the film ‘Burroughs: Guardian of D’Gama’s Treasure’ for the first time in his career. He is currently busy with his directorial debut and will also be seen in Shaji Kailas’s Alone. Other upcoming projects include ‘L2: Empuraan’ ‘Lucifer’, a sequel to Prithviraj Sukumaran’s directorial debut Lucifer.

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Director Vaishakh’s upcoming thriller ‘Monster’ is also gearing up for release. (ANI)

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