Dibakar Banerjee's film Detective Byomkesh Bakshy is all set to release on Friday, April 3. Starring Bollywood's guy-to-look-out-for Sushant Singh Rajput in the lead, the promotional team for the film is going all out to make this one unique.
Team Byomkesh recently arranged a poster design competition, modelled after its graphic novel-styled official poster. The top ten entries they received from creative, yet active movie lovers are nothing short of extraordinary. And guess what? We got our hands on all 10 of them. http://www.scoopwhoop.com/news/byomkesh-contest-posters/
The first look poster of master cinematographer Santosh Sivan's next directorial Ceylon, Inam in Tamil, was unveiled earlier in the day and the poster is intriguing and catches the eye. The poster, designed by Jairam Posterwala, shows a blood soaked thumb's mark in the shape of Sri Lanka on the world map, and kindles our curiosity. Ceylon is currently in the post-production stage and the trailer will be ready for showcase in November. Arvind Swamy has also lent his voice for a portion of the film and the actor, who happened to see his part of the film, was truly stunned and bowled-over by what he saw. T.S.Suresh is editing the film and he is apparently working on a trailer which would showcase the plight and destiny of eight teenage orphans caught in the war in Sri Lanka, but in a humorous manner.View details »
Ace cinematographer and director Santosh Sivan has unveiled on social networking sites the first poster design of his forthcoming bilingual film â€“ Ceylon in English and Inam in Tamil. The realistic design looks like a blood splattered fingerprint of Sri Lanka the island nation. Santosh says: "It is an image from a scene in the film and noted poster designer Jairam Posterwala has done the design." Ceylon is about some children trapped in Sri Lankaâ€™s civil war. Santosh says : " Editor TS Suresh has promised a trailor which will reflect the humour and destiny of 8 teenage orphans in war and my dear friend Aravind Swami graced the film with his voice over." Click hereView details »
"The team of Naduval Konjam Pakathu Kaanom had a grand 50th day celebration event at the Rani Seethai Hall over the weekend. The function was held to honour the technicians, exhibitors, distributors and cast and crew of the film. The various trophies were given away by a host of celebs including KV Anand, Dhananjayan, KS Srinivasan, Vimal, Keyar, Parthepan, Gnanavel Raja, Yuhi Sethu, and others. Noted director KV Anand praised the entire team, and especially the director Balaji Tharaneetharan, for introducing elements of New Age cinema into a path breaking film that broke all the rules of what a success formula is usually conceived as. Yuhi Sethu too described each of the efforts of the entire team in a humorous manner that kept the audience in splits. Producer Leo Vision Rajkumar was praised by Keyar and others present for taking up such a different film and producing it. JSK Film Corporationâ€™s Sathish Kumar, who promoted and distributed the film also came for praise by the dignitaries. Vijay Sethupathy delighted the audience by reciting dialogues now made famous by the film. His good friend Vimal made an appearance to wish the team success. Gayathrie, the heroine and Premkumar the cameraman on whose true life story the film is based, were also present. The unique shape of the trophy, which had Vijay falling backwards to catch a ball, came for much chuckles and praise as well. With a fun filled dance performance by Bobby master, and the informal atmosphere kept by the team and even the dignitaries who had been genuinely impressed by the film, the event was one of the most unique, entertaining and warm ones in recent times. Click hereView details »