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Hollywood director Aronofsky watches his 'Noah' in Kochi

Hollywood director Aronofsky watches his Noah in Kochi

New Delhi: Hollywood director Darren Aronofsky, who has helmed "Noah", caught the movie at a hall in Kochi in Kerala.

He was recently holidaying in Kochi, also called Cochin, and during his stay there, he watched "Noah" in 3D at the Lulu Mall. He later tweeted a picture of his ticket, said a statement.

"In Cochin, India checked out 'Noah’ at the Lulu Mall…,” Aronofsky tweeted.

The movie, starring Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly, was released by Viacom18 Motion Pictures in India last month.

Presented by Paramount Pictures, the film is about Noah, who has visions about a flood and takes measures to protect his family.


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