Tamil online version of Malayalam Short Film Sarbath Released

The Tamil version of Malayalam Short Film, Sarbath, directed by the young short film and film maker Sooraj Tom has been released online in YouTube.

Tamil online version of Malayalam Short Film, Sarbath released.

Badusha, the leading production controller in Malayalam film industry has enacted the central character of this short film. The Malayalam version of Sarbath was released recently, which became an instant hit.

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The film sends across the subtle message in the wake of ongoing pandemic COVID-19 and the price we have to pay for the goof ups we commit, while not observing the lock down rules.

The Tamil version was released as part of the release of Sarbat in various languages. The Hindi version was released yesterday.

The quarantine life of the expatriates is the theme of Sarbath. What is more, the short film carries a very valuable message. When the Malayalam version of Sarbath received humongous reception, the Tamil version was launched this morning at 10.00. AM through the artists’ social media pages. Soon, the Kannada and Telugu versions will also be released.

Celebrity actors from the Malayalam and Tamil film industries such as Prithviraj, Keerthi Suresh, Sasikumar, Remya Nambeesan, Priyanka Nair, Ravi Venkataraman and Govind Padmasurya released the Tamil version of Sarbath on their Facebook pages.

The movie was released in Malayalam with the participation of an array of stars. Sooraj Tom, who has been working in the advertising industry for many years, has previously directed movies such as Paava and Ente Mezhuthiri Athaazhangal.

He is currently filming a web movie called Better Half. Sarbat is written by Vivek Mohan, a content developer in the advertising industry. Sagar Ayyappan has handled DoP, Rajesh Kototh is the Editor, Anand Madhusudhanan has lend the tunes, Manoj Mathew has handled Sound Designing and Alex Varghese is Colorist. Surajtom Productions and Team Media have teamed up to produce Sarbat in several languages. Sumeran is the PRO.