A choice by actor Fahadh Faasil and editor-director Mahesh Narayanan to begin the taking pictures of their new film See You Soon created a buzz within the film circles on Saturday.
The Kerala Film Producers Association (KFPA) opposed the transfer stating that there was a previous understanding amongst producers to not begin taking pictures of new movies as the discharge of 66 movies was pending following the COVID-19 outbreak. These included Malik starring Fahadh and helmed by Mahesh.
To use cellular units
Fahadh, who’s producing See You Soon, despatched an e-mail to the affiliation saying that he had no plans for a theatre launch of the film to be shot utilizing cellular units. The taking pictures can be achieved in a managed atmosphere with restricted crew and complying with the protection protocols prescribed by authorities, stated the letter.
Mahesh termed it a inventive experiment at a time when the film business throughout the globe was struggling to beat the influence of the disaster triggered by the COVID-19 outbreak. “We cannot even call it a full-length feature film. It’s only a random exercise, where we are experimenting with a new format,” he stated.
The makers of the challenge identified that such new efforts will give a push to younger skills and encourage out-of-the-box considering in filmmaking.
B. Rakesh, treasurer of the KFPA, stated the choice to not begin the taking pictures of new films was taken within the pursuits of your complete film business. “The cinemas have not yet opened. We are worried about the fate of the pending films and adding to that list by shooting new movies is not practical,” he stated.