The filmmaker talks about his latest film Chola, the true incident that inspired the film and working with actors like Joju George and Manju Warrier
Chola feels like a more potent extension of the themes and ideas Sanal Kumar Sasidharan put forth in Ozhivudivasathe Kali and Sexy Durga
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Actor Joju George, who plays the main lead in 'Chola', revealed that he is jointly producing the film with Karthik Subbaraj.
Manju will be seen next in Santosh Sivan's Jack n Jill, Priyadarshan's Marakkar, and Rosshan Andrrews' Prathi Poovan Kozhi.
The only Malayalam films which previously had the honour to be screened here were Adoor Gopalakrishnan’s Mathilukal and Nizhalkuthu.
Cinema was the only goal in front of us: 'Kayattam' crew after being rescued from flood-hit Himachal
After being rescued from their flood-hit Himachal Pradesh movie location, filmmaker Sanal Kumar Sasidharan recounts the 10-day experience of shooting his new film Kayattam starring Manju Warrier
The crew, meanwhile, has sought more time from Mandi District Collector to complete the remaining shoot in Chhatru itself.
The 30-member crew went to Himachal on July 25 for the shooting of the new film directed by Sanal Kumar Sasidharan.
Venice Film Festival is not only the oldest but also one of the three biggest film festivals in the world including Cannes and Berlin.
After the film's maker Sanal Kumar Sasidharan petitioned the Kerala High Court, the court directed IFFI to screen 'S... Durga' after its censored version was screened for the jury.
Sasidharan said that when he went to court, he thought that he was was fighting with the system but it had now become an ego issue as he feels the ministry had taken his fight personally.
Malayalam film community reacts to dropping of Sanal Kumar Sasidaran's 'Sexy Durga', Marathi film 'Nude' from IFFI
Aashiq Abu, Rajeev Ravi, Lijo Pallissery, Dileesh Pothan, Geethu Mohandas, Rima Kallingal, Soubin Shahir, Vidhu Vincent, Syam Pushkaran and several others released a joint statement on Thursday.
Director Sasidharan says, 'you can't censor imaginations.'