For the love of cinema: Lukman Lukku speaks on his struggles as an actor

For the love of cinema: Lukman Lukku speaks on his struggles as an actor
Interview“I had no godfathers and there was pressure from home to go to the Gulf," recalls Lukman.Neelima MenonScreengrab/VCinemasInternationalPC Biju Kumar is part of the nine-man police unit from Kerala, led by Sub-Inspector Manikandan Cp, assigned election duty in the Maoist ridden state of Chhattisgarh. The soft-spoken Biju, a favourite of his superior, is also at the receiving end of his colleague's casteist barbs. He is constantly reminded of his tribal identity and talked down upon. And then one fine day, he decides to stand up for himself and stitches together a poignant speech in front of his colleagues, expressing in no uncertain terms the instances when he was humiliated and how he felt he deserved to be treated as a human being. It is one of the most memorable scenes in Unda, bringing attention to the actor who performed it with such subtlety. Lukman Lukku is easily
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