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The novel was translated in 19 languages and adapted into films in around 15 countries. Adoor Gopalakrishnan's highly successful film, Naalu Pennungal, is based on Thakazhi's four stories - Oru Niyamalamghanathinte Katha, Kanyaka, Chinnammuvamma and Nithyakanyaka. The movie showcases the life of four women, each belonging to a different stratum of society.
Adoor has now made another film, Oru Pennum Randaanum, based on Thakazhi's three short stories - Kallante Makan, Oru Koottukaran, and Niyamavum Neethiyum. The film, starring Indrans, Vijayraghavan, Jagadish, Nedumudi, Jagathy Sreekumar, Manoj K Jayan, Siddhique, and Sudheesh, is slated for release in mid-February.