Nair is showcasing some of his English treasures. Take your cheque book along, as he is also willing to part with them. Murali Nair is a film maker, who, for a break, dumped his motion camera, and tried capturing photo snaps with his still camera.
To share his feelings with his own people, Nair is exhibiting these photographs, elegantly framed, on 25th and 26th of August at Jubilee Hills International Club.
He has a huge archive of photographs, mostly of people. But what fascinated him are the nature's beautiful flowers in England during the month of May and June. He's attracted to the shape and pattern of these flowers. As Nair says, Every rose has a mysterious look....When closely followed, every flower has that look.
There are photographs of roses, tulips, lilies, sunflowers and many unnamed strange flowers (even Nair is clueless about their names). These portraits are in two sizes, 20' x 30' costs Rs. 7,500 a piece and 16' x 20', Rs. 5,000 each. You can hang them in your office, living room or even your bedroom (surprise your spouse).
Nair has been in England and recently switched loyalties to his mother-country, India. A native of Kerala, he has directed and produced various feature films, namely Throne of Death, Unni, A Dog's Day, Unicornio, documentaries and short films, viz., Tragedy of an Indian Farmer, Coronations, A Long Journey, etc., etc. His films have been screened in various film festivals, fetching him a bagfull of awards too.
Murali Nair is available on both these days for interaction or you can even call him up at 93462-64186, 2311-2391 for any info.