Women breaking glass ceiling in Malayalam film industry

by Peter D. Marshall

by Sify Movies.

Thiruvananthapuram: First Bollywood and now the Malayalam film industry. Women are making inroads in the male-dominated territory of filmmaking, quitting cushy jobs and breaking away from their settled lives to wield the megaphone.

Take 38-year-old Shiny J. Koshy who took a break from Kuwait, where her husband was employed, and took the plunge into filmmaking. Today she is busy working as an assistant director to award-winning filmmaker Jairaj in his latest film ‘The Train’, which stars Malayalam superstar Mammootty.

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