Bengaluru: Raam Reddy’s debut ‘Thithi’, Kannada film secured the best regional award at the 63rd national film awards, which were announced on Monday in New Delhi.
Thithi, the much-acclaimed Kannada film of the year was the only Kannada movie to secure award at the 63rd national film awards. Over 40 films from the Kannada film industry entered the competition.
The film revolves around three generations of a family that resides in a village near Mandya. The characters are non-professional villagers and lent unparalleled authenticity to the film.
Director Raam Reddy studied at St. Stephen’s College in Delhi and film-making in Prague directed the movie with the assistance of his friend, Ere Gowda.