Australian Parliament honors Mammootty by releasing personalized stamps with the actor’s face

Canberra: In a proud moment for Malayalam cinema and the country as a whole, Australia’s National Parliament has honored legendary Indian actor Mammootty.
The Parliamentary Friends of India have officially released 10,000 personalized postage stamps featuring the Mollywood superstar’s face at a special ceremony at the Australian Parliament in Canberra.

The stamp, issued in collaboration with the Australia-India Business Council, was signed by Dr. Andrew Charlton MP, the Australian Prime Minister’s representative Anthony Albanese and the Chairman of the Parliamentary Friends of India. Indian High Commissioner to Australia Manpreet Vora received the first stamp. At the event, MP Andrew Charlton also read out the Australian Prime Minister’s congratulatory message.

Andrew Charlton stated that the Australian government considers Mammootty as the face of Indian culture and by honoring the actor, it is actually honoring the great culture of India.
Parliamentary Friends of India is a committee elected from members of the Australian National Parliament to promote trade, commerce and cultural relations between Australia and India. Speaking on the occasion, Indian High Commissioner to Australia Manpreet Vohra said that every Indian celebrity should emulate what Mammootty did for the community where he grew up.

Senator Murray Watt, who is responsible for agriculture and fisheries in the Albanian ministry, noted that the “Family Connect” project launched by Mammootty for the parents of Indian expatriates in Australia was a laudable initiative.
Trade and Tourism Minister Don Farrell, Australian Deputy High Commissioner to India Daniel McCarthy, Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee Julian Leisure, CEO Tim Thomas of the Center for Australia India Relations, Irfan Malik, National Vice Chairman of AIBC, National Coordinator of Family Connect and World Malayali Zu Speakers on the occasion included Kiran James, Regional Chairman of the Council and Robert Kuriakose, representative of Mammootty and Director of Care and Share International Foundation.

The event was attended by around 150 people including several Australian MPs, Senate members, officials from the Office of the High Commissioner, representatives of various Indian cultural organizations in Australia, etc.
The stamps, issued by Australia Post’s personalized division, are available in stores from today. In the coming months, the stamps featuring Mammootty’s face will be distributed to households here through various local newspapers, including the Kerala News, which are sent through post, as well as several newsletters such as Metro Malayalam.

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