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Guerrilla filmmaking for Nara Rohit’s Film

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Film Maker Chandra says ‘Appatlo Okkadundevadu’, which is in view of real events, will be prevalently shot utilizing guerrilla style as a considerable measure of shooting will occur in genuine areas.

“The vast majority of the film’s shooting will occur in live locations of Old City, Hyderabad. It’s difficult to go there and give as a film group. Thus, we’ve chosen to utilize guerrilla style to shoot. It will be intense, yet that is the best way to do it,” told Chandra.


The film sees Sri Vishnu ahead of the pack part while his closest friend Nara Rohit will assume a key role. It is taking into account occasions that happened between the years 1992 and 1996 in Hyderabad.

“I have fictionalized a few occasions for the screen. It’s halfway taking into account a crime autobiography,” Chandra said. The film will be authoritatively propelled in the first week of June, trailed by standard shooting.


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