Fans were shocked to learn that the Kamal Haasan-connected production company Raaj Kamal Films international (RKFI) will be re-releasing Singeetham Srinivasa Rao's Pushpak in cinemas. Following the re-release of Kamal Haasan's "Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu" a few months ago, this choice was made.

Fans are anxiously anticipating news on the release date after being caught off guard by the announcement. "#Pushpak #Pesumpadam, a pioneer in silent black comedy and an iconic masterpiece of indian cinema, will be re-released in theatres soon," RKFI announced in a post on social media. Singeetam Srinivasa Rao's "Pesum Padam" was dubbed into a number of languages, including Pushpak in Hindi, Pushpaka Vimana in Kannada, and Pushpaka Vimanam in Telugu. Samir Khakhar, Amala, Tinu Anand, Pratap Potan, and other notable actors play significant parts in the movie.

The Hindustani film Alam Ara, directed by Ardeshir Irani, was a significant turning point in indian filmmaking. The movie was the first ever to use sound as an integral aspect of the narrative in India, opening the door for future talkies. Even while there were still silent pictures in circulation, the quantity was quickly dropping until they were no longer made for a general audience. But in 1987, Singeetam Srinivasa Rao, the well-known filmmaker responsible for films like Michael Madana Kama Rajan and Magalir Mattum, chose to once more produce a movie without language.

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