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R Parthiban Ends The Debate On 'Iravin Nizhal' Being The World's First Single-Shot Nonlinear Film; With Help From Critic Saibal Chatterjee

The claim that 'Iravin Nizhal' will be the world's first single-shot nonlinear film is contested by another film called 'Fish and Cat.' But further examination has disproved that claim.
by Vignesh K | August 04, 2022 14:58 IST
R Parthiban Ends The Debate On 'Iravin Nizhal' Being The World's First Single-Shot Nonlinear Film; With Help From Critic Saibal Chatterjee

R Parthiban presented the world's first single-shot nonlinear picture, 'Iravin Nizhal,' which is doing well in theatres. However, there has been some discussion on social media over the film, with some arguing that the 2013 film 'Fish and Cat' was the world's first single-shot non-linear film. As a result, R Parthiban has clarified, claiming that 'Iravin Nizhal' is the world's first single-shot non-linear film. Mr. Saibal Chatterjee, the Founder and Member of the Film Critics Circle of India, has also certified 'Iravin Nizhal' as the world's first single-shot non-linear film. At the same time, 'Fish and Cat' does not contain a non-linear storyline like the former.

 
R Parthiban has re-shared a poster from the 'Iravin Nizhal' Twitter page, putting a stop to the film's genre controversy.
 
The film 'Iravin Nizhal' is completed after 23 shots with a duration of 100 minutes, with Parthiban in the lead part and supporting characters played by Varalakxmi Sarathkumar, Brigida Saga, Robo Sankar, Anandha Krishnan, Rekha Nair, and Shiva Pandian, among others. AR Rahman composed the score, and his intense music enhanced the film's visual impact.


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