An autorickshaw driver from a south Indian village, obtains a camera and starts filmmaking without having an idea about it. This plot of Cinema Bandi though has more reasons to giggle.
Remote areas have that fragrance of the nation’s soils in them which lets us stick to our roots. And a similar venture that is giving us the same vibes is Cinema Bandi.
Directed by Praveen Kandregula, the rustic endeavor has been produced by Krishna D. K and Raj Nidimoru. Meanwhile, Vasanth Maringati has penned down the amazing mellowing out story.
Slight comedy, short sermons about life, and the essence of the village are all that this film has got in its package. the concern of what will happen to villages if everyone starts moving to the cities. How things will change there? This question strikes us hard.
So, let’s see the element making this project an antique and worth watching.
The auto-rickshaw that is itself jabbering on the route, but preaching to the passengers about everything will be fine soon is total a contradiction. While they screech about the ‘no electricity issue’ and water-scarce problems, his positivity is outperforming every statement.
2. Aims and ambitions
This film based on creating a film in village backgrounds fills us with quite ambitions. Veera, played by Vikas Vasishta, a hopeful lad is amidst the situation of paying debts and aspire to be wealthy.
But, despite problems his persistence and perseverance keep him going. He not only wants to deal with the obligations but wanted to carve his village into a better place.
3. The film making art
A lady forgets her camera in Veera’s vehicle and he on the other hand accepts this as a chance to try his hands at how the film is made. He knows that these days, small budget films are flourishing and this could be their chance to win with flying colours.
Set in the locations of the Andhra-Karanataka border, it shows the mega dedication of people from tiny places.
4. Enormous allegiance to work
The protagonist went on his journey to create a local masterpiece with his studio-owning friend Gana, who shoots the weddings of the townlet. Sandeep Varanasi who made the role lively worked well along with the school friend and barber who were signed as leads in that film’s film.
5. A different outlook
Veera has our hearts. His motive to make a film joining the 100 crore club just to aid the villagers in dealing with power cuts and building schools is out of this world. This mentality is what the youth today requires.
Have you gone through this, Telugu comedy-drama that discovers the budding artists of Gollapally village? If not, watch it on repeat only on the streaming giant Netflix.
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