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    If there is a shortage of Stories for malayalam films???

    Now a days in malayalam there is trend of remaking old malayalam films like Neelathamara,Rathinirvedam.Some our films are stolen stories from other languages The story of CHINA TOWN is almost similar to the English movie "HANGOVER".
    What happened to our film story writers???

    What you think about this?
  • #4493
    It seems that there is a shortage of good stories for Malayalam movies.That might be the reason for the series of remaking going on. .Anyway this is not a good trend and it's only for money making..Story writers for films should be more active and find interesting stories to make malayalam film industry more interesting.


  • #4494
    Copying contents from other languages is very common these days. The film producers are actually fooling us by copying stories from other languages. Its a tendency in almost all Indian films including Bollywood.

  • #4512
    Thank you for your valuable comments

    Our film makers are not only copying the stories they are copying the Music also.If we watch a telugu or kannada music channel then we can hear the same music of most of our new malayalam movies.That kannada and telugu movies are released a few years back.

  • #4513
    Hi Deepu Mohandas,
    I have a contradiction with your statement,Actually there is no Shortage of story in Malayalam film idustry,but there is a Shortage of good story writers.Good stories created by Only the expert story writers.So the major Problem of Current Malayalam industry is lack of such qualified Story writers.

  • #4516
    yes you are absolutely right Mr:Ajmal.
    In Malayalam there is a shortage of expert story writers.Now a days I think stories are written for highlight the heroism of Superstars.
    There are no importance for the story only mixing of many Stunt,comedy,song and some super Dialogs.

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