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Tamil version of award-winning Malay film hit the screens

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‘Appalam’, a Tamil version of director Afdlin Shauki’s Malay hit movie ‘Papadom’, is all set to hit the big screen.

Shauki who has directed ‘Appalam’, has a multi-racial cast like Gana, Jaclyn Victor, Afdlin, Sharifah Amani and Raja Ilya.

Made with a budget of RM1.5mil, Appalam is the first local Tamil film shot in a 35mm film format in 24 years.

The comedy revolves around an over- protective father Samy (played by Gana), who has to play mum and dad to his only daughter Shruti (played by Raja Ilya) upon the sudden death of his wife (played by Jaclyn Victor).

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via Oneindia News

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