G.J. Sathya’s Kaliru Is Based On Honour Killing
Director G.J. Sathya is prepping up for his upcoming film titled Kaliru, which is based on a sensitive topic of honour killing. The movie is believed to be a realistic film without any commercial elements. “I am exposing the dirty truth behind these honour killings, which is based on several real-life incidents,” said the director.
Talking more about the film, the director said, “Kaliru denotes a male elephant. You can find in Tamil literature that Kalirus used in war field behave in a wild manner when they are attacked. They do anything to save their lives. Similarly, those moneyed people in power will go to any extent to safeguard their position in politics. I am using ‘Kaliru’ as a metaphor. What happens if the victims turn against the opportunist politicians forms the crux of my film.”
The movie has newbies Vishwak and Anu Krishna playing the lead roles. Apart from these actors, Deepa Jayan and Neeraja among others will be seen in supporting roles. D.J. Bala, a former assistant to Sukumar, will handle the camera for Kaliru.
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