Interesting things is not now unusual in malayalam film industry. Innovative story lines, beautiful locations have created huge enthusiasm among movie lovers. With a huge line of new comers entering the industry dreaming to create their own space, it would add more life to the revolutionary changes which had been happening for a couple of years.
With more than 60+ movies undergoing shoot, the movie enthusiasts would invest their time for those innovative attempts. While some film makers experiment their projects set at foreign locations including Africa, few others thinks different.
Just recently the pooja of a movie was held at a gutter of NH47 which pass through Nettoor Junction in Ernakulam. Invited guests including Minister K Babu, actor Rahman and many others attended the function.
It was really the pooja of 'Gutter', a movie whicg pools into some incidents connected with the title. Directed by debutant Sumesh Nataria, the will highlight the pothole-ridden roads of the state. Scripted by Krishnaprasad Somanathan, the movie is being produced by G T Das under the banner Neel Media.
Gutter-filled roads have already been a problem of the state. Traveling through busy road use to become problem as roads filled with gutters would bring nightmare to all. The bad condition of the roads and the impact of the potholes on our lives would be the theme of 'Gutter'. Debutant Sibi Jose will portray the role of Karuthaiyyer, the protagonist while few other new faces from Malayalam and other Indian languages, foreign artists will also become a part of the project.
The movie will be simultaneously made in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi other than malayalam. With various characters representing various Indian states become a part of the movie, each character will speak the language of the region they represent.
Other than the dangers delivered by the gutters on roads, the gutters that develop in the minds of a person would also form the story of the movie. The makers of the movie aspire not to have any more martyrs due to road accidents caused by gutters.
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