Award winning Mongolian actress roped in for Anil Kumar’s film

Indian director Anil Kumar has finally decided to go public with the dream project he has been working on for several years now. We hear that the director, who recently completed the shoot of his debut Kollywood venture Serndhu Polama, is all set to direct an international movie, which goes on floor in October.

"I've been working on this script for years now and was in search of an artiste from China or Mongolia as the lead. When I got to know about Mungunzul Amgalabataar, the Mongolian National Award winner, I roped her in as I knew she would be able to do justice to the role," says Anil, adding that the movie based on the village will span through three countries - Mongolia, Vietnam and India. Though the basic language used in the untitled movie is English, the track will have almost all the languages.

The story is about a woman named Emma, a Mongolian native, and her journey to know more about the basics of Hindu philosophy. Through Emma I want to show that India is not about worshipping snakes and elephants, but it has a deep rooted culture that spans across centuries. She will take the audience through a journey that starts from Mongolia and ends in the Himalayas."

Apparently, an Australian theatre artiste will also play a key role in the film. Though many Malayali technicians are part of the crew, Anil says the casting doesn't have any actors from the south. Cinematographer M J Radhakrishnan will crank the camera for the movie scripted by Ashok Kartha.



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