After much controversies, Blessy's movie Kalimannu will be hitting the theaters on Thursday (22 August). The movie was earlier slated for an August 23 release. Blessy says that his movie is a tribute to motherhood, the wonderful experience a mother can have.
Kalimannu highlights the relationship between an
expecting mother and her unborn baby. It has been scientifically
proved that unborn babies can feel the outside world from the fifth
month of pregnancy. Blessy takes this film to honour women and to
show his protest against the brutality women are facing these
Kalimannu shows the emotional bondage of the unborn
baby and the expecting mother. The movie portrays the eventful life
of Meera (Shweta Menon), a club dancer who aspires to be an
actress. The film unravels the drama in her life as she becomes an
item dancer, actress and an expecting mother.
Lots of controversies continued after the item number of Shweta
Menon hit YouTube. She performed the dance five months after her
delivery. But the director clarified it saying that the dances was
an unomittable factor in the narration of the story.
Blessy said that he had so much of pressure in completing the
film and it took him two years to wrap up the movie. He wanted
naturality in the film and so waited for Shweta's delivery to
happen. He was disturbed with the thought of C-Section. But all
went well for him and now the movie is ready for its
Hope and pray that Blessy and his team get the fruit of their hardwork. Stay tuned to Oneindia to get the latest Kalimannu Movie Review.