Tamil film ‘Appatha’ to open Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Film Festival

Appatha, a Tamil movie directed by director Priyadarshan, has been selected as the opening movie at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Movie Pageant. Starring Urvashi, the impending movie is billed as “a attractive tale of an not likely bond” which reveals the values of respecting your mom and dad and discovering oneself.

According to a push release issued Wednesday, the screening of Appatha will be held in Mumbai on January 27 at the Films Division Complex.

Priyadarshan claimed the crew is “honoured” that his directorial Appatha has been chosen as the opening movie at the competition.
“I would like to thank my producers Jio Studios and Wide Angle Creations for bringing this uncomplicated and wonderful story to me. It has been a enjoyment collaborating on this film and excellent to be operating with a phenomenal talent like Urvashi on her
milestone 700th movie.

“Appatha is a little something different from nearly anything I have attempted before and I am seeking ahead to seeing to how audiences react to it,” the acclaimed filmmaker mentioned in a statement.

Appatha is created by Hardik Gajjar with a screenplay by Priyadarshan and Deepthi Govindarajan.

The Shanghai Cooperation Group Film Festival is organised by the Government of India, Ministry of Information and facts & Broadcasting by means of the National Movie Enhancement Company in affiliation with the SCO Council of Heads of States.

The movie extravaganza will occur to a shut on January 31.