Anbirkku Alavillai showing drenched

Tháng Sáu 5, 2011

The premier showing of the Tamil film Anbirkku Alavillai was drenched as Chennai received rain for the first time in 6 months. The flooding kept all but the most serious away -  there were 70 attendees to this first-ever film that advocates for professional marriage counseling for troubled couples.

Out of the 70 attendees, 34 turned in responses.

A senior pastor of a large church in Chennai said that the film “had a heart for family life on Godly love” and “the film is needed greatly”.

Two Hindu counselors attended and both wanted to use the film in their marriage counseling practice. One wrote, “The film has good communication of death, love and family counseling.”

23 out of 34 wrote that the storyline and script was Very Good or Good

21 of the 34 responders believe that the songs (integral to any Indian film) were Good or Very Good and

24 of 34 responders wrote that Anbirkku Alavillai supports and endorses marriage counseling!

The next step is to finalize censor formalities and find a theatrical distributor. Because the film has no cheap jokes and Hindu temples the commercial distributors do not wish to take risks. The solution is to “four wall” theatres and pre-sell tickets. Both of these options are expensive.

As I write, we are working on the sub-titles and a New York film festival has already agreed to enter the film. In addition, the DVD version will have the film, a CD on marriage resources and the audio CD. In addition, distributors are being approached for Tamil TV/DVD distribution in Malaysia/Singapore and Europe.

For more information visit the Anbirkku Alavillai website and learn how you can “Save a Marriage Today”


Free Showing of Tamil Marriage Film

Tháng Năm 20, 2011

The producers of Anbirkku Alavillai (Unlimited Love) are offering a great opportunity to preview their film on June 1st from 3:30-9:30pm in Chennai at the AVM Preview Theatre, No 7, Arcot Road, Vadapalani, Chennai – 600026

Anbirkku Alavillai (Unlimited Love) is a dynamic Indian story about love and healing marriages produced in partnership in South India. This film offers a solution to heal the thousands of “dry” marriages in India. Like the western world, divorce is a significant problem and most couples have no counseling resources.

This timely film stars Johnny Lever, Sumeet Pathak, Neetu,  P Choudary and the compelling singing of Srivinas, Krish and others. No expense was spared as the writer/producers, Jim Sanjay and Dan Henrich wanted a story that would bring hope to tens of thousands of marriages in India and the world.

Anbirkku Alavillai (Unlimited Love) is a love story about Vijay and Sneha who fall in love without ever formally meeting and want to get married. Johnny Bhai (Johnny Lever) is an amusing older married man with a heart of gold. Vijay (Sumeet Pathak) is a young man who is in love with Sneha (Neetu P Chaudhury). Vijay and Sneha get married against the advice of both Dr Sheetal (a qualified family therapist) and Johnny Bhai and immediately begins to realize that the person they thought was perfect had flaws!

Conflicts start invading their daily life. Vijay goes to Johnny Bhai but doesn’t like his advice.

What Vijay wants is sympathy and comfort he gets sage advice from this experienced married man. Sneha seeks counsel with Dr Sheetal who advises her that problems of this type are to be expected. After all, Vijay does not beat her or go out with other women – he simply ignores her and argues! Sneha should do one good thing for her husband each day for a week without expecting anything back. Sneha takes her advice and starts a one-week experiment. She asks Vijay to call his parents for dinner and she will cook for them. Vijay is surprised and happy with this offer. Of course, the dinner with Vijay’s parents is a disaster but the experience brings the young couple closer together.

This love story takes an interesting turn when Vijay’s wealthy and beautiful boss, Jyothi (Mansi Lal) tries to seduce him. What happens next is something that will take Vijay to a point of no return…

For Free reservations, call Jim Sanjay in Chennai at  442-616-3311


You can help save a marriage for only $4.00!

Tháng Năm 8, 2011

How? By sponsoring one or more couples to attend the premier showing of an Indian film that offers both spiritual inspiration but also models positive marriage interaction that is not available elsewhere in India. This is a film that will make a difference in the lives of couples.
Your special gift of $80 will help 20 couples start the healing process to a healthy marriage. $200 will help 50 couples move to healthier relationships in marriage.
Anbirkku Alavillai (Unlimited Love) is a dynamic Indian story about love and healing marriages produced in partnership in South India. This film offers a solution to heal the thousands of “dry” marriages in India. Like the western world, divorce is a significant problem and most couples have no counseling resources.
This is a great opportunity to make a difference in India through the media!
Time is limited as the June 3rd premier showing is less than a month away the top theaters in Chennai.
What ever the gift, $80, $200 or $20 marked for INDIAN MARRIAGES will be appreciated via the Paypal link on the website.Visit http://www.anbirkkuthemovie.com/ for the trailer and other clips.
Donations over $100 may be sent to Handclasp International, Box 3287, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352 for tax receipts.


Cinema Premier Announced

Tháng Tư 10, 2011

The cinema release of Anbirkku Alavillai will be held June 3rd in Chennai. Anbirkku Alavillai is a new film dealing with marriage and divorce in a typical Indian fashion starring Bollywood favorite Johnny Lever and Hindi TV star Sumeet Pathak. Because of the film’s family nature, traditional distributors do not want it and the release tickets are being pre-sold online for $2.00 each. Producer, Jim Sanjay says, “It you are married, want to get married or know someone who could benefit, you need to spend $2.00 and see the film – it is a bargain!”


Venue change for Anbirkku Alavillai Premier on the 23rd

Tháng Một 18, 2011

The premier venue has been changed to the “Four Frame Preview Theatre” for Anbirkku Alavillai on January 23rd in Chennai. Anbirkku Alavillai is a new film dealing with marriage and divorce in a typical Indian fashion starring Bollywood favorite Johnny Lever and Hindi TV star Sumeet Pathak. The “Four Frames Preview Theatre” is owned by filmmaker Priyadarshan and is mooted as the top-notch venue in Chennai. It is located at 18, Lake Area, 5Th Street, Nungambakkam. There will be an audio launch also.

Anbirkku Alavillai addresses the critical issue of divorce in Indian society and offers answers to this widespread problem. Recent press stories have pointed out that divorce in India has skyrocketed in the last 10 years and there is no recourse to a troubled marriage. In fact, a recent BBC story said that there has been a 100% increase in divorce rates in the past five years alone.” Pressures live dual careers – couples “lack patience and tolerance, they don’t want to put more efforts into a relationship to fix the issues abd the feel that escapism is the solution,” commented Dr Geetanjali Sharma, a marriage counsellor.

Anbirkku Alavillai was produced in the Chennai area using the high technology of Red Digital Cinema Camera and is just under two hours and features the playback talents of Srinivas, Krish, Kiruba, Santhosh and Manavan.

Anbirkku Alavillai (Unlimited Love) is a love story about Vijay and Sneha who fall in love without ever formally meeting and want to get married. Johnny Bhai (Johnny Lever) is an amusing older married man with a heart of gold. Vijay (Sumeet Pathak) is a young man who is in love with Sneha (newcomer Neetu P Chaudhury). Vijay and Sneha get married against the advice of both Dr Sheetal(a qualified family therapist) and Johnny Bhai and immediately begins to realize that the person they thought was perfect had flaws!

Conflicts start invading their daily life. Vijay goes to Johnny Bhai but doesn’t like his advice. This love story takes an interesting turn when Vijay’s wealthy and beautiful boss, Jyothi, played by Telegu cinema actress, Mansi Lal tries to seduce him. What happens next is something that will take Vijay to a point of no return…

AVM Preview Theater is located at 38 Arcot Road, Vadapalani, Chennai and the premier starts at 730pm.

For more information contact Jim Sanjay shepherdindia@gmail.com in Chennai. For production photos visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/media_sage/.

1493, J-16, 13th Main Road, Anna Nagar West
Chennai 600040
91-784-502-3234
1-866-371-0438

http://www.anbirkku.com/


Indian Social Problem Premier Showing Announced for the 23rd

Tháng Một 8, 2011

Anbirkku Alavillai, a new film dealing with marriage and divorce in a typical Indian fashion will be premiered at 730pm the 23rd in Chennai. A number of well known people are expected. The film stars Bollywood favorite Johnny Lever and Hindi TV star Sumeet Pathak.

Anbirkku Alavillai addresses the critical issue of divorce in Indian society and offers answers to this widespread problem. Recent press stories have pointed out that divorce in India has skyrocketed in the last 10 years and there is no recourse to a troubled marriage.

Anbirkku Alavillai was produced in the Chennai area using the high technology of Red Camera and is just under two hours and features the playback talents of Srinivas, Krish, Kiruba, Santhosh and Manavan.

Anbirkku Alavillai (Unlimited Love) is a love story about Vijay and Sneha who fall in love without ever formally meeting and want to get married. Johnny Bhai (Johnny Lever) is an amusing older married man with a heart of gold. Vijay (Sumeet Pathak) is a young man who is in love with Sneha (Neetu P Chaudhury). Vijay and Sneha get married against the advice of both Dr Sheetal(a qualified family therapist) and Johnny Bhai and immediately begins to realize that the person they thought was perfect had flaws!

Conflicts start invading their daily life. Vijay goes to Johnny Bhai but doesn’t like his advice. What Vijay wants is sympathy and comfort he gets sage advice from this experienced married man. Sneha seeks counsel with Dr Sheetal who advises her that problems of this type are to be expected. After all, Vijay does not beat her or go out with other women – he simply ignores her and argues! Sneha should do one good thing for her husband each day for a week without expecting anything back. Sneha takes her advice and starts a one-week experiment. She asks Vijay to call his parents for dinner and she will cook for them. Vijay is surprised and happy with this offer. Of course, the dinner with Vijay’s parents is a disaster but the experience brings the young couple closer together.

This love story takes an interesting turn when Vijay’s wealthy and beautiful boss, Jyothi (Mansi Lal) tries to seduce him. What happens next is something that will take Vijay to a point of no return…

For more information on distribution contact Jim Sanjay shepherdindia@gmail.com in Chennai. For production photos visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/media_sage/.

1493, J-16, 13th Main Road, Anna Nagar West
Chennai 600040
91-784-502-3234
1-866-371-0438

http://www.anbirkku.com/


Indian Social Problem addressed in new Film

Tháng Một 4, 2011

Divorce in India as skyrocketed in the last 10 years and there is no recourse to a troubled marriage. SIMPL Media’s production of Anbirkku Alavillai (starring Johnny Lever and Sumeet Pathak) addresses these critical issues and offers some answers to this widespread problem. The film is in it’s final stages of post production and producer Jim Sanjay is looking for an Indian distributor.

The film, produced in the Chennai area using the Red Camera is just under two hours and features the playback talents of Srinivas, Krish, Kiruba, Santhosh and Manavan.

Anbirkku Alavillai (Unlimited Love) is a love story about Vijay and Sneha who fall in love without ever formally meeting and want to get married. Johnny Bhai (Johnny Lever) is an amusing older married man with a heart of gold. Vijay (Sumeet Pathak) is a young man who is in love with Sneha (Neetu P Chaudhury). Vijay and Sneha get married against the advice of both Dr Sheetal(a qualified family therapist) and Johnny Bhai and immediately begins to realize that the person they thought was perfect had flaws!

Conflicts start invading their daily life. Vijay goes to Johnny Bhai but doesn’t like his advice. What Vijay wants is sympathy and comfort he gets sage advice from this experienced married man. Sneha seeks counsel with Dr Sheetal who advises her that problems of this type are to be expected. After all, Vijay does not beat her or go out with other women – he simply ignores her and argues! Sneha should do one good thing for her husband each day for a week without expecting anything back. Sneha takes her advice and starts a one-week experiment. She asks Vijay to call his parents for dinner and she will cook for them. Vijay is surprised and happy with this offer. Of course, the dinner with Vijay’s parents is a disaster but the experience brings the young couple closer together.

This love story takes an interesting turn when Vijay’s wealthy and beautiful boss, Jyothi (Mansi Lal) tries to seduce him. What happens next is something that will take Vijay to a point of no return…

For more information on distribution contact Jim Sanjay shepherdindia@gmail.com in Chennai. For production photos visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/media_sage/.

1493, J-16, 13th Main Road, Anna Nagar West
Chennai 600040
91-784-502-3234
1-866-371-0438

http://www.anbirkku.com/


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