No Go Tell talks about differentiating between good touch and bad touch directed by Jude Anthany Joseph.
Sakhavu, Nivin Pauly’s recent release has been appreciated by Malayalam audience and critics alike and the film had a successful run at the box office so far. The Malyalam actor has now seen in a short film which is entitled with No Go Tell and is directed by Anthany Joseph. This film is produced by Bodhini Metropolis Charitable Trust and is supported by Muthoot Pappachan Foundation. Nivin has shared this on Facebook and said that Children are priceless gift given from God and our best hope for the future. Every child has the right to be in a safe and good environment and to be protected from harm and danger and most importantly, to never be exploited. Sexual abuse of Child is one of the biggest threats that the society facing today. Every day we have been reading reports of such cruelty happening to kids, from family and the strangers. These nauseating reports are heartbreaking for everyone.
Nivin Pauly in film plays himself and come into contact with children who are playing in the park. The star-struck kids run towards the popular actor and stare at him open-mouthed. Then he asks the kids if they like him, and everyone responds in assenting. He then drives on to ask children if he is asked something of them if they would do it. One smart kid from the group says that she will only do as he says if it is good. Following the conversation about different kinds of dangers and precautions that are to be taken to stay safe ensues.
The conversation will be taking a turn when the actor says the kids to the concept of certain parts of our body that are generally not allowed to be touched by others. He continues on explaining about the different parts. This short film is all about teaching children the difference between good touch and the bad touch. The film’s theme is about creating the awareness among children about the possibility of experiencing bad touch and what has to be done.