Bhubaneswar: I Am Kalam, an award-winning feature film about the struggle of a boy who is inspired by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, is set to hit the screens globally by June-end, its director, Nila Madhaba Panda, said.
The one-and-a-half-hour film, produced by Smile Foundation, aims at motivating the poor to educate their children.
"The film is set to release in June-end worldwide," Panda who is a native of Orissa's Subarnapur district told. I Am Kalam has been screened at film festivals worldwide and has won 11 international awards, including the top one at the Indian Film Festival in Los Angeles (IFFLA).
I Am Kalam (Publicity Still)
"The film was screened at 25 international festivals," Panda said.