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Perariyathavar review, rating

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Perariyathavar Review, Rating. The much awaited Malayalam flick Perariyathavar hit theatres today. Before we tell you more about the film, let\'s take a look at the movie crew.

The much awaited Malayalam flick Perariyathavar hit theatres today. Perariyathavar Review, Rating. Before we tell you more about the film, let's take a look at the movie crew.



Directed by Dr. Biju


Produced by Anilkumar K.


Written by Dr. Biju


Starring Suraj Venjaramoodu, Indrans


Music by Issac Thomas Kottukappally


Cinematography M.J.Radhakrishnan


Edited by Karthik Jogesh



Plot:

The story revolves around a widowed father and son working as scavengers and the harsh life they face. The duo belongs to a section of society who are marginalized in the mainstream. Father is working as a temporary cleaning sweeper. Chami is his friend and fellow worker who belongs to a tribal community. They collect the garbage from the city streets into a vehicle and dumps at a rural village. Sometimes father takes his son along with him. During the travel in a trash vehicle, father and son sees and experiences the life of many nameless, faceless marginalised people including themselves in the midst of huge buildings and roaring vehicles.



The movie was screened at the following film festivals

  • 38th Montreal World Film Festival, Canada, August 2014.
  • 16th Mumbai International film festival, India, October 2014.
  • 19th International film festival of Kerala, India, December 2014
  • 20th Kolkata International film festival, India, November 2014.
  • Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2014 in Official competition.
  • Jaipur International Film Festival, India, February 2015



Take a look at the trailer of the movie which gives a peek into the story

We will soon be back with the report on box office collection. So, come back for all the movie updates.

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