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Apart from being a controversial movie in India with respect to its theme, the Screenplay of the movie was added to the permanent core collection in Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences before its release in 2011.
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The movie is tributed to the 250,000 people who lost their lives in the 1975 Banqiao Dam disaster in China. As per producer-director Sohan, "The central character of the story is this dam and the life of a few mariners living near it. There are nine characters in the movie, representing the Navarasa. I believe that every individual is born with a sthayi bhava, but when his suppressed feelings burst, like a dam, it changes."
Dam999 started its shooting at Alleppey, Kerala. A number of unexpected hurdles were faced by the crew while shooting the movie. Veteran Malayalam actor Thilakan, who was supposed to be a part of Dam 999, was made to drop out of the project due to his battle with AMMA. However the problem was solved by replacing Thilakan with Bollywood Actor Rajit Kapoor. Thilakan was paid seven lakhs as compensation. While the prior issue was still simmering, another lead character from India walked out due to disputes with the crew, while the shoot was in progress, bringing the movie to a halt. The star cast of the movie was immediately altered and the initial sequences in Kerala was completed as planned. From various locations such as Ooty in India, the shoot of the movie progressed to Fujairah, UAE, where Dam 999 has captured a couple of its sequences on an oil tanker. The climax of the movie was compiled in Ramoji film city in Hyderabad, built by the Art Director Padmashree Thotta Tharani. While in the stage of post production the movie grabbed the attention owing to its story and title. Debates regarding the ever existing fear of outdated dams have started. The visual effects were done by EyeQube Studios.
The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) complained that the film is based on the Mullaperiyar Dam dispute between Tamil Nadu and Kerala. The DMK party chief M. Karunanidhi urged the Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalitha to ban the movie considering "people's safety". A day before its scheduled release on 25 November, the film was banned by the State Government of Tamil Nadu on the grounds that the release would disturb the cordial relations between Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
He said the State suspended the screening of the Hollywood movie without hearing him or affording him an opportunity for clarification. The "arbitrary, unilateral and unjustified act" violated his fundamental right to freedom guaranteed under Article 19(1) (a).Explaining the contents of the film, he said it "spreads the message about the consequences of dam disasters around the world."
Three of the soundtracks "Dakkanaga Dugu", "DAM999 Theme song" and "Mujhe Chodke" were in nomination list for 84th Academy Awards. The music was composed by Ouseppachan and the lyrics were penned by Sohan Roy.DAM999 was submitted in race for Best Picture apart from being eligible for best Original score also for 84th Academy Awards. The movie was sent to the Oscar awards by All Lights Film Services (ALFS) .
DAM999 was titled as the very first Indian movie to be selected for Golden Rooster Awards 2012, the national film award event conducted in Mainland China. The movie was officially suggested by renowned Israelian director Dan Wolman.Dam999 is selected to compete under 12 categories in Golden Rooster Awards which took place in Shaoxing City towards the end of September 2012.
The soundtracks for DAM999 was penned by Sohan Roy and composed by Ouseppachan. The movie totally comprised 9 multilingual soundtracks out of which 5 are in English, 2 are in Hindi, 2 are in Malayalam. The music of DAM999 was officially released at a grand event presided by A. R. Rahman where Ouesphachan, the music director of the movie handed the first copy to the maestro. Apart from the launch at Chennai, DAM999 music was also launched at multiple other locations including Middle East and Southern Part of India.