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THRISSUR: Talking during the pooja of his new film ‘Chalakkudykaran Changathi’, which is based on the life story of late actor Kalabhavan Mani, director Vinayan said that “even though there is no electricity board in cinema, there are more shocking things in the industry.”

“Anyone who has cinema in his mind must be able to make cinema. The current scenario that only people belonging to the association can make cinema must change. The government must make a rule for this,” said the director.

Culture Minister A K Balan also agreed with Vinayan’s statement that “there are shocking things” in cinema industry, and added that it’s now clear to him. He said that the idea of making rule for the film industry will be discussed in the next assembly meeting.

He also said that the government is taking steps to begin cinema halls in rural areas.

CPM state secretary Kanam Rajendran opined that there should be a rule to bring about social control to cinema.

Actress Mallika Sukumaran, who attended the event said that if not for Vinayan’s help and guidance there wouldn’t have been Prithviraj and Indrajith in Malayalam cinema.

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