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PostSubject: A Japanese film starring Mohanlal and Jackie Chan!   Sat Apr 24, 2010 2:51 pm

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Albert made his entry into films directing Kanne Madanguka, which won several national and Kerala [Images] state film awards. He also won the prestigious Aravindan Puraskaram for his debut movie.

Kanne Madanguka talked about how society exploits a hapless young girl who has to shoulder her family's responsibilities.

Now the talented filmmaker is back, this time with a Japanese film on the legendary freedom fighter Nair San starring Mohanlal in the title role and Chinese martial arts expert Jackie Chan [Images].

In this exclusive interview to Meghna George, Albert talks about his most ambitious and prestigious project titled simply Nair San. Over to Albert.

Nair San has many curious facts that connect with India in many ways. It is about the Indian legendary freedom fighter Nair-San (1905-1990) in Japan [Images], who fought for the freedom of Asia and particularly India during the imperialistic supremacy of the British in the early to middle 1900s.

Nair-San was never hailed much in his own country. He was comparatively unknown compared to bigger names like Rash Behari Bose, Subhash Chandra Bose and Raja Mahendra Pratap. But for his contemporaries, who looked forward to his lone adventitious exploits against the British in Asia, he is a revered icon in the annals of Japanese history and economy.

The Japanese showed their allegiance and respect to him by conferring him with the highest Japanese order of merit, 'The Order of the Sacred Treasure', the most coveted honour of accomplishment for any Japanese citizen
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