‘Kaathal: The Core’ chosen at Think about India Movie Pageant in Madrid | – 7 minute timer

‘Kaathal: The Core’ chosen at Think about India Movie Pageant in Madrid |

Jeo Child’s directorial ‘Kaathal: The Core’, starring Mammootty has been chosen for the Think about India Movie Pageant in Madrid. The makers have confirmed that the movie has made it to the record of movies chosen for Imagineindia 2024. Different movies within the record from India embody Sudeep Kanwal’s ‘Privacy’, Kanchan Pant’s ‘Dear Latika’, Anjan Dutt’s ‘Kaleidoscope Now’, and Jayant Somalkar’s ‘A Match’ amongst others.“Excited to share that ‘Kaathal – The Core’ has been chosen for the prestigious Imagine India Film Festival in Madrid! Grateful for this opportunity,” the makers mentioned in a social media submit. Starring Mammootty within the lead position, ‘Kaathal: The Core’ tells the story of a closeted homosexual man in a heterosexual marriage. The movie additionally has Jyotika taking part in an important position. The movie was initially launched theatrically on November 23, 2023. Mammootty’s daring selection of choosing the movie, and moving into the sneakers of the protagonist Mathew Devassy, a closeted homosexual man earned him plenty of reward. The movie was a hit when it comes to the reception in addition to the field workplace assortment.Feminism taboo in movies: Ekta Kapoor’s daring revelations on Kareena Kapoor’s ‘Crew’Our critic rated the movie 4 out of 5 and wrote, “Straight off the bat, kudos to Mammootty and Jeo Baby for coming together to bring a bold story on the big screen in a beautiful manner. While writers Paulson Skaria and Adarsh Sukumaran deserve pats on the back and more for the gently unfolding story, it is the director’s vision that gives the film a wow factor in key moments. Good movies can make society think and even initiate change. Kaathal – The Core might be one such.”

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