If Jayaraj used ethnic elements (Kalari, Theyyam) as a device to express the insides of the tragedy, Pothan approaches the story matter-of-factly, capturing scenes from the household in a detached fashion with definite shades of an operetta.Jomon (Babu Raj), the only character the spectator is allowed to empathise with, leads one through the tragedy closing in on the Panachel family.
Fahadh Faasil-starrer Malayalam film Joji will release on April 7 on Amazon Prime Video, the streaming platform announced on Wednesday, while releasing the film’s teaser.
Actor Fahadh Faasil has teamed up once again with director Dileesh Pothan and scriptwriter Syam Pushkaran for an upcoming film titled Joji. Releasing the film’s poster on social media on Saturday, the actor said the film was inspired by William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth.
The Film Exhibitors United Organisation of Kerala (FEUOK) on Monday rubbished reports stating that the organisation had sought a ban on actor Fahadh Faasil due to his decision of releasing films on streaming platforms.
Fahadh Faasil, the Malayalam actor whose latest film Joji premiered on Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday, will be seen in Kamal Haasan’s upcoming Tamil film Vikram, Fahadh confirmed during an interview with Film Companion on Wednesday.
The past week saw an alarming rise in Covid-19 cases in India, with many states calling for drastic measures. While the Karnataka government implemented 50% seating occupancy in cinema halls as part of its revised guidelines, the Maharashtra government on Sunday declared a total weekend lockdown in the state till April 30. Following this announcement, the share prices of INOX Leisure and PVR dipped 8% each.
It has been a prolific week for Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil, with three of his films lined up for a release in the following month. Of the three films, two have been slated for an OTT release. While Irul will premiere on Netflix, Joji will stream on Amazon Prime Video and Malik will release in theatres.
No Time to Die, the 25th film in the James Bond franchise, will now release on October 8, the makers announced on Friday on Twitter.
Nayanthara, the Tamil actor, has been cast as the female lead in director Alphonse Puthren’s next film, Paattu. The director took to social media to make the announcement.
Actor Fahadh Faasil unveiled the title poster of his upcoming Malayalam film Irul co-starring Darshana Rajendran on Saturday.
The film follows Zaid, a 11-year-old boy, is a devoted kite-flier, as he speeds through the narrow gallies and climbs precariously the rooftops of Ahmedabad with the confidence of an expert. Mehta and his crew followed Zaid for six days over a period of two years to make the 30-minute documentary film, a witty and technically brilliant work that captures the spirit of an Indian city, among other delightful things.