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Adaminte Makan Abu (2011)

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Post by pareekutty on Mon Oct 08, 2012 3:38 pm

Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam: ആദാമിന്റെ മകൻ അബു, English: Abu, Son of
Adam) is a 2011 Indian drama film written, directed and co-produced by
Salim Ahamed in his debut film. It stars Salim Kumar and Zarina Wahab in
the lead roles along with Mukesh, Nedumudi Venu, Kalabhavan Mani, and
Suraj Venjarammoodu in other supporting roles. The cinematography was
handled by Madhu Ambat, and the film was edited by Vijay Shankar. The
film features songs composed by Ramesh Narayan, and the score is by
Isaac Thomas Kottukapally. The film tells the story of a poor attar
(a kind of perfume) seller Abu (Salim Kumar) whose only remaining wish
in life is the Hajj pilgrimage, which he strives hard to fulfill, and at
the verge of the fulfillment, he opts out when he fears that the means
is not fully legitimate. Development on the film began roughly a decade
before the film was released. The film was shot digitally over one month
beginning on 7 November 2010. Thrissur and Kozhikode in Kerala, India
were the major filming locales. Distributed by Laughing Villa, a
distribution company owned by Salim Kumar, and Allens Media, Adaminte
Makan Abu released in theatres on 24 June 2011. It received wide
critical acclaim, with numerous praises for its story, direction, cast,
cinematography, and score. It received honours for its music,
cinematography and writing, as well as for Salim Kumar's performance. At
the 58th National Film Awards, the 2010 awards for the best in Indian
cinema, it earned four major national awards: for Best Film, Best Actor
(Kumar), Best Cinematography and Best Background Score. It performed
similarly at the Kerala State Film Awards, where it won the awards for
Best Film, Best Actor, Best Screenplay and Best Background Music. The
film has been chosen as India's official entry to be considered for
nomination in the Best Foreign Film category for the 84th Academy

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