Siddharth Lama who enticed each Malayali with his role as rimpoche in 1992 box office hit ‘Yodha’, is back to act in another film on the Tibetan issue, to be directed by eminent director Lenin Rajendran.
The 28-year-old Lama, is a renowned stunt director in Tibetan film Industry, has signed for the film by Rajendran. The film is Titled ‘No Man’s Land’ in English, and ‘Idavappathi’ in Malayalam. This would hopefully, be one of the noted Indo-Tibetan films. “The alienation and anguish of the Tibetan people who had migrated to India would be the main theme of the film.”, Lenin Rajendran told PTI.
The theme will be portrayed, through a love story between an Indian girl and a Tibetan monk who have made India a second home. In Yodha, directed by Sangeeth Sivan, Lama plays the role of little Rimpoche being hunted by black magicians. Jagathi Sreekumar, who played a key role in the movie along with protagonist Mohanlal, has also signed for Rajendran’s new film.
The film would be shot in Madikeri, Chitradurga and Kathmandu. Siddhartha was excited to get the offer from another Malayalam film, Rajendran said.