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Veettilekkulla Vazhi Synopsis
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Writer and film director Dr Biju who has been much accalimed for his films like Saira (2005) and Raman (2008) is ready with his latest Malayalam film titled 'Veettilekkulla Vazhi'.
This time around, Biju focuses on terrorist operations in the country, and the horrible aftermath of terrorism. Though a done to death theme, Biju attempts to offer it a fresh face through his new film.
The film has been shot at scenic locations all over India as Ladakh, Kashmir, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikkamkur, Ajmer, Pushkarand, New Delhi and several others.
'Veettilekkulla Vazhi' has been impressively framed. Dr Biju terms his movie as an 'adventure-drama' that highlights human relationships. He also says that it is 'an attempt in exploring the bloodstained facets of contemporary terrorism.'
Young superstar Prithviraj plays the main lead in the film and the supporting cast includes Indrajith, Dhanya Mary Varghese and Lakhsmi Priya.
M J Radhakrishnan wields the camera while Ramesh Narayanan has composed the musical score. 'Veettilekkulla Vazhi' has been produced by B C Joshi under the banner of Soorya Cinema.
The film that has already traveled to a few International Film Festivals is eagerly being expected by lovers of good cinema.
Veettilekkulla Vazhi Pictures
Sapthama Shree Thaskaraha
Nanmakal Pookkunna Naattil
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