Anurag Kashyap to tweet and release ‘Karma’ online. ‘Karma’ becomes the first tamil movie to be digitally released online.
Bollywood Director and an icon of Independent cinema movement Mr. Anurag Kashyap will release the online link of ‘Karma’ produced by Creative Criminal and directed by R. Arvind. Karma becomes the first Tamil movie to be released worldwide on September 16th through various online channels. The makers have made the film available in iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Video and in many more Channels through pay per view mode. The movie can be streamed or downloaded anywhere, anytime in full HD quality and can be downloaded to a laptop or PC or even streamed to TV. The internet is slowly becoming a superpower and we can’t refuse its command over movies. In future Tamil movies releasing online may become an everyday news. But today, We are proud to be a frontrunner in releasing the movie online.
Arvind, Director of Karma says that ‘It is a great honour to have Mr. Anurag Kashyap release our movie Karma. We believe this will pave a new way in the Tamil film Industry and it will also motivate a lot of young filmmakers. We are overwhelmed by the support shown by industry veterans on our initiative to release the movie online and its truly a new beginning to the future of Tamil Cinema.’ Along with Mr. Kashyap lot of Tamil film celebrities also will tweet and launch the film online.
Critically acclaimed ‘Karma’ was recently nominated in Madrid International Film Festival for Best Director of a Foreign language Feature Film. The film was also officially selected for Hollywood Sky Film Festival. ‘Karma’ is an experimental independent movie.
Thiru. ‘Kavipperarasu’ Vairamuthu has written and sung the title track of this film. Thiru. L. V. Ganesan has scored the music, Thiru. V. B. Sivanandam has helmed the Cinematography , Thiru. Vinoth Balan has edited it and Thiru. Nikil Murugan takes care of PR.
We seek your support for ‘Karma’ the first Tamil film to be digitally released online in the history of Tamil Cinema and encourage new ideas in filmmaking.