Very recently, Lady Superstar Nayanthara and director Vignesh Shivan acquired the production and presentation rights of an independent Tamil film titled Koozhangal and their addition gave the film a much needed breakthrough and visibility. A few days before, it was announced that the film will be screened at the prestigious International Film Festival of Rotterdam. The screening has turned out to be successful and the it has come as a happy news for the makers of Koozhangal. Yes! The film has been announced as the winner of the Tiger Award at the International Film Festival of Rotterdam and the news has created a good buzz on social media.

This honourable win will now give a moral boost to the team of Koozhangal. Interestingly, Koozhangal is the first Tamil film to win this award and producer Vignesh Shivan is a happy man indeed. Taking to his Twitter page, Vignesh Shivan wrote, "First Production of @Rowdy_Pictures wins one of the most prestigious international award ! First Tamil film to win this award 2021 #TigerAward winner #Koozhangal #Pebbles Can’t be happier ! :) @PsVinothraj @thisisysr @Rowdy_Pictures #Nayanthara". Vignesh Shivan also shared a picture and a video along with his partner Nayanthara and the team of Koozhangal.

Vignesh Shivan was elated about the win and the entire team was spotted with all smiles in the video. The video is now getting viral on social media among the netizens. Koozhangal (Pebbles) is said to be an interesting Tamil film with a realistic making. The film is expected to leave a solid impact among the viewers and it is touted to be a visual treat for film lovers. Koozhangal is directed by debutant PS Vinoth Raj and has music scored by ace composer Yuvan Shankar Raja. The cinematography is handled by Vignesh Kumulai and Parthib, while the editing and art direction departments are headed by Ganesh Siva and Njan Ood and Sinju respectively.

Mahfoud Mokaddem, popular actor, filmmaker and IFFR's (International Film Festival of Rotterdam) Cultural Coach, is all praise for Koozhangal. Talking about it, Mahfoud said, "A poverty-stricken father and son wander a southern Indian landscape where anger and frustration burn hotter than the sun. If you were to ask me which countries I would have preferred to be an actor in, I would say France or India. In recent years, Bollywood has been much more than Bollywood musical films. Indian cinema increasingly shows the raw side of the country such as the caste system, poverty, corruption, and misogyny. Pebbles is also an example of this". Check out Vignesh Shivan's latest trending Instagram post here:


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