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Acclaimed International Film Director Alan Arumugam brings an era-defining collaboration to Indian Cinema

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], December 03: International Writer-Director Ilanthirayan Alan Arumugam is creating a new spark in the world of Cinema. His psychological thriller, AIYAI: Wrathful Soul has gripped the attention of critics and viewers worldwide.

Alan’s current project in pre-production is ROCADA, an action-thriller Hollywood/Australian studio collaboration involving A-List stars and technicians.

Next on the slate, is the highly anticipated 14th-century war-drama feature film, The Nine Knights; a prestigious Indian-International co-production. The film will portray stunning aesthetics and visuals of the Indian subcontinent in the medieval era. Top Indian actors and a world-renowned crew will help bring the film to life. With universal themes, The Nine Knights will be a trailblazing, new experience for Indian and international audiences. It will be followed by a war drama-The Forgotten 1943, based on an untold story from World War II.

An Australian Filmmaker with Indian roots, Alan’s impressive line-up of films speaks volumes on his vision, versatility, and creativity.

Alan believes his art form will break boundaries and open doors to a million possibilities. In his own words, “Through my Films, I aim to create impact; for that I incorporate unique styles of visual storytelling, blending cinematic realism with commercial elements and bringing original stories that transcend the boundaries of traditional genres. I draw my inspiration from my unusual real-life experiences, historical events, and the beauty and might of nature; I would like to establish special connections with my audience and stir their imaginations to whole new levels.

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