Angamaly Diaries, the Lijo Pellissery motion picture, which had hit the performance centers in the primary quarted of 2017, keeps on getting more awards. The film, which accomplished both basic and business achievement has yet another plume on its top.
Purportedly, Angamaly Diaries will be one among the film, which will be screened at the forthcoming Busan International Film Festival, a very acclaimed film celebration in South Korea.
Angamaly Diaries has gained the distinction of being one among the very few Malayalam movies, which have been screened at the Busan International Film Festival. Earlier, Prithviraj’s Urumi, released in the year 2011, was also screened at the renowned film festival.
Apart from Angamaly Diaries, SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali will also be screened at the film festival along with Anurag Kahsyap’s upcoming film Zoo.
Earlier, Angamaly Diaries was also screened at the Cannes 2017. The film had a market screening during the highly acclaimed film festival.
Well, it has to be said that Angamaly Diaries is taking Malayalam cinema to places and rightly, this film, directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery can be termed as one of the finest films of this year, so far.
ANGAMALY DIARIES STORY
It is a rustic tale of the youth in Angamaly, a small town in Kerala. A gang of six youngsters is always ready for an adventure and they venture to try their luck in pork business. How they tackle the challenges takes the movie ahead.
ANGAMALY DIARIES REVIEW
Director Lijo Jose Pellissery introduces 86 promising actors to Mollywood through this ‘katta local’ story written by actor Chemban Vinod Jose. The attempt was fraught with risk; however, with this venture Lijo seems to have pulled off a miracle by producing an entertainer film sans any known actor.
Angamaly Diaries boxoffice collection report
|03-Mar-2017||1st Day collection||4.69 Lakhs||4.69 Lakhs|
|04-Mar-2017||2nd Day collection||5.03 Lakhs||9.62 Lakhs|
|24-Mar-2017||22nd Day Collection||2.26 Lakhs||1.13 Crores|