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Essay competition for girls

The makers of the film ‘Ente’, which deals with father-daughter relationship, are conducting an essay writing competition for girls above the age of 10. The highlight of the competition is tha

Published: 24th January 2012 01:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:20 PM   |  A+A-

The makers of the film ‘Ente’, which deals with father-daughter relationship, are conducting an essay writing competition for girls above the age of 10. The highlight of the competition is that both father and daughter should participate in it. The daughter can write about her father and the father can elaborate on the special bond he shares with his daughter. The shortlisted 25 fathers and daughters will have an opportunity to see the premiere of the movie directed by Rajesh Touchriver. The film is simultaneously made in Malayalam and Telugu. Siddique plays the lead character in the film to be released on March 16.

  Revolving around a very powerful story, the cast of the film include some very talented artistes from Bollywood, Kollywood and Tollywood. Anjali Patil, a National School of Drama (NSD) graduate, who recently did a power-packed role in the award winning film ‘Delhi in a Day’, plays the female lead. Nina Kurup  plays a key role in the film. The music of the film is by Sharreth and Shantanu Moitra (of Parineeta fame).

Rajesh Touchriver’s debut film ‘In the name of Buddha’ has won many awards and critical acclaim at various international festivals. He has also made several short films and documentaries on human trafficking, HIV/AIDS and communal riots that support the

media advocacy initiatives of the United Nations and NGOs, national and international.

Those contestants who are interested to participate may contact 9539533400 or send it to B-46,Kowdiar Gardens, Golf links, Thiruvananthapuram or email it to entethemovie@gmail.com.  All entries should reach before Feb 1st.



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