Nana Patekar graced the inauguration of the 28th edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) in Thiruvananthapuram on December 8. He spoke about the Malayalam film industry and mentioned that no director from Kerala has approached him for a film in the last 50 years.

Nana Patekar, who was last seen in 'The Vaccine War', was at the inauguration of the 28th International Film Festival of Kerala. There, he said, "I feel honoured to be here. I express gratitude to the organisers for inviting me to IFFK. I came to Kerala for the first time 32 years ago for a film shooting. Nothing has changed in the

socio-political scenario since then. People think more with their heart. So, it is easier to communicate even if the languages are different. It has to be like this. "

Expressing his interest, he mentioned his long-standing desire to collaborate within the Malayalam film industry, regretting that throughout his illustrious five-decade career, he never had the opportunity to work in Malayalam cinema.

"Not even a single director from here (Kerala) has ever approached me in the last 50 years... that means I have to improve as an actor. I will try my best and will not let you down," he said.
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