A lesson on the need to protect our nature

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN
Published Oct 27, 2017, 12:37 am IST
Updated Oct 27, 2017, 12:37 am IST
Mangaleshwaran also claims that the entire film has been shot with the available natural lights in the dense woods of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
A still from the film
 A still from the film

Maragadhakkaadu,  directed by Mangaleshwaran is a film that talks about deforestation that thereby devastates the local tribal communities and pushes forest species towards distinction. 

Talking about the movie the director said, “The story is inspired by a true event. There’s a romantic story in the film featuring Ajay and Raanchana. The protagonist comes to the forest area for his research on mineral resources. He falls for a tribal girl and how he discovers something, which in turn changes his life topsy-turvy forms the crux of the movie.”

 

He also claims that the entire film has been shot with the available natural lights in the dense woods of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, without using artificial lights. “In order to promote the idea about protecting the nature, we have not used any plastic materials and only degradable stuffs were put to use by the team,” he adds. Eliyas Kathavan, Bava Lakshmanan, Ramachandran and JP Mohan are in the supporting cast.

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