Cast & Crew
Mattanoor Shankara Marar
At the age of 10, Kunhikuttan begins his long apprenticeship in the Indian art of Kerala, which includes dance, acting and mime. He undergoes an arranged marriage which is a failure, except for producing a much-loved daughter. Later, Kunhikuttan meets aristocratic Subhadra. She has a passion for Arjuna, the fictional hero of the classic Indian work, the Mahabharata, and is convinced that because Arjuna's love in the play is called Subjadra, so she must love him too. So when she falls in love with Kunhikuttan, she falls not for him, but for his performance of Arjuna.
M O Devasiya
Shaji N Karun
Released in United States 2000
Released in United States 2001
Released in United States May 1999
Released in United States October 1999
Shown at Cannes Film Festival (Un Certain Regard) May 12-23, 1999.
Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (Contemporary World Cinema) May 24 - June 17, 2001.
Shown at the American Film Market (AFM) 2000 February 23 - March 1, 2000.
Released in United States 2000 (Shown at the American Film Market (AFM) 2000 February 23 - March 1, 2000.)
Released in United States 2001 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (Contemporary World Cinema) May 24 - June 17, 2001.)
Released in United States May 1999 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (Un Certain Regard) May 12-23, 1999.)
Released in United States October 1999 (Shown at American Film Institute (AFI) Los Angeles International Film Festival (Official Selection in competition) October 21-29, 1999.)