This film belongs to my team: Koozhangal maker on film being India's entry for Oscars
The Times of India Delhi|October 25, 2021
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M Suganth

Debutant filmmaker PS Vinothraj’s Tamil film Koozhangal, which has been making waves on the film festival circuit over the past year, has been chosen as India’s official entry to the Oscars.

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