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Kaanchi

2013 - MALAYALAM - MOVIE

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Madhavan, a grocery shop owner, witnesses the murder of Thomas, the Son of an influential man in the city. He is hell-bent on getting the murderer behind bars. Kaanchi is a 2013 American Malayalam-language Drama Thriller motion picture starring Burt Lancaster, Paul Scofield, Jeanne Moreau, Michel Simon, Devi Ajith, P. Balachandran and Abhijith U.b. Kaanchi was Produced by Haneef Mohammed and Jules Bricken. Kaanchi is written by Jayamohan, Haneef Mohammed, Franklin Coen, Frank Davis and Walter Bernstein and it is directed by G.n. Krishnakumar, John Frankenheimer and Arthur Penn. United Artists acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. Kaanchi was released on 25th April 2013 and takes a screen time of 133 minutes. Kaanchi was made on a budget of ₹24 crore and at the box office it grossed only ₹3 crore. Cinematography was done by Jean Tournier and Walter Wottitz and editing by David Bretherton. The music was composed by Maurice Jarre.
  • Jini Score
    16%
  • Rating
    4.2/10
  • Box Office
    ₹ 3 Crores
  • Jini Score
    16%
  • Rating
    4.2/10
  • Box Office
    ₹ 3 Crores
Madhavan, a grocery shop owner, witnesses the murder of Thomas, the Son of an influential man in the city. He is hell-bent on getting the murderer behind bars. Kaanchi is a 2013 American Malayalam-language Drama Thriller motion picture starring Burt Lancaster, Paul Scofield, Jeanne Moreau, Michel Simon, Devi Ajith, P. Balachandran and Abhijith U.b. Kaanchi was Produced by Haneef Mohammed and Jules Bricken. Kaanchi is written by Jayamohan, Haneef Mohammed, Franklin Coen, Frank Davis and Walter Bernstein and it is directed by G.n. Krishnakumar, John Frankenheimer and Arthur Penn. United Artists acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. Kaanchi was released on 25th April 2013 and takes a screen time of 133 minutes. Kaanchi was made on a budget of ₹24 crore and at the box office it grossed only ₹3 crore. Cinematography was done by Jean Tournier and Walter Wottitz and editing by David Bretherton. The music was composed by Maurice Jarre.