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After the successful release in Boleyn Cinema, London, film 'Oru Bilathi Pranayam' is showing in Piccadilly Cinema, Birmingham on Sunday 23rd October @ 2.00 PM. Film makers invite all to the event and thanked for the support at the London show.

‘Oru Bilathi Pranayam’, had its premier show on 16th at Boleyn cinema. Scripted by UK based Malayali writer Jinson Iritty, the film narrates the tale of four youngsters who reach London for higher education. As Bobby, Jukku, Nelson and Tony realize that they are being cheated, only risky ways were left open for them for survival and solution for financial difficulties.

Bobby and Tony were caught by the police. How life becomes intrusive for Bobby forms the crux of the film. Jerin Joy, Jinson Iritty, Praveen and Colin Maveli, Canetious Athipozhiyil, C A Joseph, Josutty, Leteshia Kuncheria, Mujeeb and Kuriakose are in the lead roles.Canetious Athipozhiyil has penned the songs, while Markin and Jaison Lawrence were the cinematographers of the film. The film is produced under the banner of Garshom Media Productions.

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