Priya Krishnaswamy’s independent Tamil film Baaram, which was judged the Best Tamil Film at the 66th National Film Awards, is finally getting a theatre release, after initial struggles. Impressed with the film’s content and making, ace Vetrimaaran, who supports small and meaningful films, has come forward to release Baaram, which deals with euthanasia, through his home banner Grass Root Film Company.
Speaking at the promo meet of the film Vetrimaaran said, “I didn’t do anything for this film. It was director Ram who got me to watch the film. I am getting associated with it only for its release but Priya and her daughter Ardra, whom I consider revolutionaries, did the entire hard work. They have made a unique film.”
“Baaram isn’t just a movie, but an enlightening piece of work, which will draw you close to your parents,” remarked Mysskin.
“There’s nothing as distinct as art and commercial cinema in Tamil Nadu as the audiences here are interested in watching all kinds of movies,” said Ram....