By Nandini Bhatnagar”The movie “Paschimajyat Vyapam”, which is about the death of a boy in a rural hamlet in Kerala, will be released on March 21, said Anjali Kumari, a producer and director who is the film’s producer.
The film is a sequel to a 2009 Tamil film titled “Kiran” which won the award for best film in 2004.
The film was released by Indiewire.
The director of “Pamela”, a Tamil film directed by A.J. Anurag that won the 2015 Palavati Film Award, is working on a sequel.
He has been shooting a trailer for the movie for the last three months, he said.
The producers of the film said they had made a number of attempts to reach out to the director for comment but were not able to reach him.
We have been talking to some directors and they have told us that it is not going to be released in the first half of March, but they don’t know when it will be,” he said, adding that he had reached out to other directors for comment. “
They said that the film will be out in March but no film has been made yet.
We have been talking to some directors and they have told us that it is not going to be released in the first half of March, but they don’t know when it will be,” he said, adding that he had reached out to other directors for comment.
The producers also said they have been in touch with a filmmaker who is working in India, but were yet to hear back.
A director who said he was not involved in the film, but did know about it, said he would get back to the producers after a while.
The Tamil-made movie has garnered huge praise in India.
It won the Palavattan Award at the 2015 International Tamil Film Festival, was selected as one of the 10 Best Films at the 2016 National Film Awards, and was selected for the 2019 Pahlaj Nihalani Award.