Varsha Bollamma’s interactive Tamil-English film Iruvam selected for Cannes Film Festival.

Iruvam, a groundbreaking bilingual film in Tamil and English, has been chosen as one of only four entries worldwide for the Let’s Spook Cannes event at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. This interactive film, starring Varsha Bollamma, offers viewers a unique cinematic experience where their choices impact the storyline and outcomes, resulting in multiple endings similar to Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.

Directed by Manoj Annadurai, known for the indie film Get Happy, Iruvam blurs the line between film and gaming with its innovative full-motion video format. The movie also features talented actors like Sidhu Kumaresan, Shanmathi, and Bala Guru. Excitement is building as Iruvam is set to debut at Cannes from May 17-20 before its release on a mobile platform.

In other news, Varsha Bollamma, who gained fame with roles in films like 96 and Middle Class Melodies, continues to impress audiences with her versatile performances. Her latest appearance in the Telugu film Ooru Peru Bhairavakona has garnered praise, and fans are eagerly awaiting her upcoming projects. Since her debut in 2015, Varsha has showcased her acting skills across multiple languages, including Malayalam, Telugu, and Kannada, solidifying her status as a talented and in-demand actor in the Indian film industry. Stay tuned for more updates on Varsha’s exciting career journey.

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