Highly anticipated survival adventure and desert drama The Goat Life-Aadujeevitham is all set to hit the screens on March 28. Directed by Blessy, the film is an adaptation of the Malayalam best-selling novel Aadujeevitham, penned by acclaimed writer Benyamin. The novel, based on real-life events was a bestseller in Kerala. It has been translated into many languages, including Tamil, and has gained a broad readership.

With the movie to witness a grand release in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu and Kannada in addition to Malayalam, it is expected to do big in Tamil Nadu for many reasons.

The state has always accorded a warm reception to movies adapted from novels for the simple reason that it kindles the curiosity of people, especially the ‘readers,’ who would be eager to see how different the celluloid version is from the imageries reading has created in their mind’s eye.

Maniratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan, released in two parts, garnered widespread reception for the same. Critically acclaimed and commercially successful, Vetrimaran’s Asuran (2019), based on Sahitya Akademi-winning Tamil writer Poomani’s Vekkai novel, Bala’s 2013 mega-hit Paradesi, a screen adaptation of Eriyum Panikadu, the Tamil translation of the 1969 novel Red Tea by Paul Harris Daniel are a few to name.

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