The artists shared the Preamble on their handles as a reminder of the secular, socialist and democratic values of the country that has been enshrined in the Constitution.
The film starring Tovino Thomas and Rima Kallingal is a re-imagination of Vaikom Mohammed Basheer's short story of the same name.
Though not a perfect retelling, the filmmaker has made an effort to make it charming on many occasions.
Rima speaks about the challenges of making a reimagined version of 'Bhargavi Nilayam' and why she thinks Roshan Mathew is the most interesting actors of his generation.
'Neelavelicham' is scheduled to release in theatres on April 20, directed by Ashiq Abu, based on the screenplay by Vaikom Muhammad Basheer.
'Neelavelicham' cannot be contained in the horror genre alone. It has romance, revenge, and thriller elements, says Tovino
The much-awaited release is an official remake of the 1964 movie 'Bhargavi Nilayam'.
The romantic number explores the blooming relationship between Bhargavi (Rima Kallingal) and Sasi Kumar (Roshan Mathew).
It is truly a unique and fascinating sight as the trains travel through the narrow street, which is a major residential area and a commercial street too.
Playback singer Shahbaz Aman has sung the new version, which was originally crooned by Kamukara Purushothaman with lyrics by P Bhaskaran.