20-Sep-2017
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Pinarayi Vijayan criticised stars who did not come for award function

THALASSERY Sept 11: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has criticised the prominent stars of Malayalam cinema who didn’t turn for the Kerala State Awards function, and said his words must be considered as creative criticism.
 
“It is everyone’s duty to encourage those who have won awards. More people from the film field must come even without a personal invitation,” said the CM, during the inauguration event of the function.
 
Thalassery is hosting this year’s Kerala State Awards function.
 
Meanwhile, the women’s organisation in Malayalam cinema Women in Cinema Collective (WCC) collected signatures in support of the actress who got attacked in Kochi from the premise of State Awards function held at Thalassery.
 
The signature collection, which was inaugurated by popular theatre actress Nilambur Ayisha, was headed by actress Sajita Madathil, and directors Vidhu Vincent and Didi Damodar.
 
They also presented a hash-tag saying “#Keralathilejanangalavalkkoppam” (The people of Kerala are with her), at the event.
 
They also planted a board that read ‘Good wishes to the people’s government that is ensuring justice for our colleague’.
 
Meanwhile, the women’s organisation in Malayalam cinema Women in Cinema Collective (WCC) collected signatures in support of the actress who got attacked in Kochi from the premise of State Awards function held at Thalassery.
 
The signature collection, which was inaugurated by popular theatre actress Nilambur Ayisha, was headed by actress Sajita Madathil, and directors Vidhu Vincent and Didi Damodar.
 
They also presented a hash-tag saying “#Keralathilejanangalavalkkoppam” (The people of Kerala are with her), at the event.
 
They also planted a board that read ‘Good wishes to the people’s government that is ensuring justice for our colleague’.