Tamil movie Paramapatham's 18 international awards proof local film can go global


By AGENCY

'Paramapatham' opens at cinemas nationwide on April 29. Photo: YouTube

Local film Paramapatham, which won 18 awards at various international film festivals, is proof that local productions can penetrate the international market, said Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin.

Among the awards it won included Best Cinematography at the Norwegian Film Festival, Best Feature at the Tagore Film Festival as well as Best Producer at the Coimbatore Film Festival.

He said that, as such, the efforts of the film’s production team should be lauded.

"The film (Paramapatham) garnered 18 awards at the international level (and) is the one Malaysian movie that has gained a good enough market in India. So, we (the ministry) wish to offer our congratulations.

"It isn’t just a great film, but it also has great actors, singers and songs ... everything meets the quality needed to venture into the international stage and that’s why this movie won awards,” he told reporters after launching the film’s trailer and song audio.

Zahidi said the film also succeeded in making it into the Malaysia Book of Records, Asian World Records and Grand Asian Book of World Records as the local Tamil movie to have garnered the most number of international awards.

The fantasy-thriller flick tells the story of an archaeologist named Aroon and his three friends, who find an ancient board game engraved with the word "Paramapatham” during their journey.

The film, directed by brothers Viknes Perrabu and Thanesh Perrabu and produced by Dr Latcha Perrabu, will start screening at cinemas nationwide from April 29. – Bernama

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 46
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3
   

Next In Entertainment

EXCLUSIVE: Singer Nabila Razali chooses to be thankful and grateful this Hari Raya Premium
'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' to end in 2022 after its 19th season
Half-Malaysian Korean actor Tang Jun-sang leads new K-drama ‘Move To Heaven’
K-pop girl group Loona to promote Korean culture overseas
Prolific actor and director Norman Lloyd dead at 106
Angelina Jolie keen to star in Korean film, already learning Korean from son
Nicholas Tse is latest Hong Kong celebrity to take a photo with Chow Yun Fat
'Shadow And Bone' review: Makes light work of crafting an epic
Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot confirms director Joss Whedon threatened her
Women dominate at Brit Awards with Dua Lipa as big winner

Stories You'll Enjoy


Vouchers