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Film late, Kerala writer wants Bhim’s story back


Vasudevan Nair-penned script of the film adaptation of his Mahabharat-based Malayalam novel Randamoozham on the ground of inordinate delay in starting filming. Nair had moved the additional munsiff court in Kozhikode seeking his script back from filmmaker V.A. The film, whose proposed budget was Rs 1,000 crore, was to be India’s most expensive movie. I am unable to give any answer to people who often ask about the movie,” Nair told a Malayalam channel. MT Vasudevan Nair AgenciesMenon had planned to make the film in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and English, catering to a pan-Indian and global audience.


Source: The Telegraph October 11, 2018 23:03 UTC



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