Ottaal, a Jayaraj film, won the Suvarna Chakoram at the twentieth International Film Festival of Kerala.
Ottaal, a Jayaraj film, won the Suvarna Chakoram (Golden Crow Pheasant) at the twentieth International Film Festival of Kerala. Ottaal additionally won three more respects _ the NETPAC, FIPRESCI and the crowd survey honors.
This is surprisingly a Malayalam film is stowing the Suvarna Chakoram. Jun Robles Lana won the Rajatha Chakoram (Silver Crow Pheasant) grant for the best chief for Shadows Behind the Moon.' The recompense for best Malayalam film went to Sanalkumar Sasidharan's "Ozhivu Divasathe Kali.' Abu Shahed Emon (Jalal's Story) was decreed the best introduction chief while Yona from Israel coordinated by Nir Bergman packed away the recompense for Best Asian Film. K G George won FEFKA's Master's recompense.
A jury headed by Brazilian executive Julio Bressane chose the victors. M P Muralikrishnan of Mathrubhumi won the recompense for best print media reporting while the honor for best varying media went to Club FM. Representative P Sathasaivam exhibited the grants at the end service held at the Nishagandhi assembly room here. Pastor Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan and Leader of Opposition V S Achuthanandan were additionally present. Prior, Ottaal was declared the best film when the Kerala State Film Awards 2014 were reported.