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Santosh Sivan to start ‘Ceylon’

[IndiaGlitz, Sunday, 7 August 2011 12:00 No Comment]

image Close on the heels of winning accolades for ‘Urumi’, Santosh Sivan is set to start his next directorial venture, titled ‘Ceylon’. "It is my dream film. I am eager to make it", says the celebrated cinematographer.
At the same time, he also clarifies that the movie has nothing to do with the ethnic war of the island country. "The script is certainly not about any warring groups or about LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran".
Throwing more light, Santosh Sivan says, "The story is about three civilians. The film will be narrated from my own point of view. I have been working for a long time on Ceylon and it’s time to fulfill my dream".
Thanking the ‘Urumi’ team, he says, "My friends (Prabhu Deva, Arya, Prthviraj, Genelia D’Souza, Vidya Balan) tolerated all pains and worked with me in dense forests. I have a lot of things to do for cinema. Urumi is just the first step".

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