‘KILLA’ - A Realistic Fiction on Childhood Nostalgia



‘KILLA’ - A Realistic Fiction on Childhood Nostalgia
AvinashArun, the Director and Cinematographer of Marathi feature film ‘Killa’ has termed his film based on a realistic fiction. Interacting with the media persons at 45th International Film Festival of India,Avinash said that during his childhood he had to travel extensively from one town to another and this made him nostalgic about the environment he left behind. He said, his friends formed the most vital part of the childhood environment which he tried to depict in ‘Killa’. ‘Children might have their small world but their emotions and ideas are not small and I have tried to bring home the fact to the audience’, said Avinash.


The film is about an eleven-year child who moves to small Konkan town from a big city where he finds himself out of place and becomes introvert. Grappling with the strugglein the new townhe eventually finds solace in new company.

Besides Avinash, AmrutaSubhash a lead actor and Nikhil Sane, the Producer of the film ‘Killa’ also spoke about the film.
‘KILLA’ - A Realistic Fiction on Childhood Nostalgia ‘KILLA’ - A Realistic Fiction on Childhood Nostalgia Reviewed by Ajit Kumar on 9:19 AM Rating: 5

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