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KOZHIKODE: National award winning director Jayaraj has said that he had never fathomed about the horror Nipah virus could scatter and he wishes he could do a film based on that theme.

He said this at a press conference held at Kozhikode Press Club on Saturday.

Jayaraj said it was the ripe time for experimental films. “It is good that many people are coming forward to try their hands at it. Such films will succeed only through opinion formation.”

He informed that the next in his Navarasa series will be Hasyam (humour).

“Super stars existed on all times. They turned stars because of the characters they played. We should create atmosphere for the birth of new good cinemas. I do always film with the stars I discover.  At a time, I have tried to do two kinds of films. That is why people ask me which category of film makers I belong to. The situation here in 2000 when I did Shantham has not changed much. At that time it was political killings but now it is communal killings,” he explained.

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