Fahadh Faasil’s Malayalam feature film “Joji” has won the top honor at the Swedish International Film Festival, the actor announced on Thursday. The 39-year-old entertainer shared the news on Facebook, uncovering that the Dileesh Pothan-coordinated film won the best worldwide element film grant at the film function. “Good news from Sweden! JOJI won The Best International Feature Film Award @ the Swedish International Film Festival (SIFF) 2021,” he posted.
“Joji”, which was delivered on an OTT stage, is enlivened by Shakespeare’s misfortune “Macbeth” and presents a “twisted version” of the plot loaded up with avarice, desire, murder, and secret, set in an estate family in Kerala.
The crime show spins around Faasil‘s person Joji, a designing dropout living with his iron-fisted father and two siblings. At the point when his dad becomes sick, Joji anticipates at long last getting his offer in the property however his fantasies are run when his dad begins recovering, compelling him to make an outrageous stride.
At the hour of the film’s delivery, Faasil, most popular for “Kerala Cafe”, “Akam”, “Bangalore Days”, “Kumbalangi Nights” and Tamil film “Super Deluxe”, disclosed that the film isn’t costly similar to the source material as their emphasis was inclining further toward the story’s feelings. “The movie’s account is not an immediate variation of ‘Macbeth’. We were profoundly motivated by it and we were attempting to set something enlivened by ‘Macbeth’ in the present situation.
“‘Joji’ isn’t just about as extensive as ‘Macbeth’… The show occurs inside the family. I thought the feelings of ‘Macbeth’ were more comparative with the story,” Faasil had said.”Joji” denoted the third executive coordinated effort among Pothan and Faasil. The team prior worked in 2016 on comedy-drama “Maheshinte Prathikaaram” and National Award-winning component “Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum” (2017).