How tough can it’s to make a movie? Can’t somebody who has watched many movies grow to be a filmmaker? In fact, one can, not less than that’s what the trailer of Raj & DK’s newest mission Cinema Bandi suggests. On Friday, the filmmaker duo shared the trailer of an impartial movie made below their banner D2R movies. For them, it’s a “candy little movie — about making a movie — with a great deal of humour and an enormous coronary heart!”
Within the trailer, we meet an autorickshaw driver who finds an costly digicam within the again seat of his rickshaw. His good friend tells him it’s a digicam used to make motion pictures starring superstars like Mahesh Babu and Prabhas. Collectively, the 2 pals determine they can even make a movie utilizing the digicam, and when their movie will grow to be successful, they are going to use the cash to carry energy and water provide to their village.
From the look of it, Cinema Bandi appears like a nice watch because it showcases an harmless effort of two villagers to carry their village out of its dire situation. Their journey of filmmaking is full of moments of laughter and honesty. For them, all it must grow to be a filmmaker is an efficient high quality digicam.
Sharing the trailer on social media, Raj & DK tweeted, “Made by first-time director, Praveen Kandregula, his writing associate Vasanth Maringanti, and shot by a small group of pals, Cinema Bandi is quintessential, grassroots filmmaking. A real indie 🙂 Kudos to your entire workforce for pulling this off!” Manoj Bajpayee wished your entire workforce of the movie good luck.
The tagline of the film reads, “Everyone seems to be a filmmaker at coronary heart.” On YouTube, the movie is described, “There’s extra story behind the scenes than what meets the attention on-screen. ❤️”
Cinema Bandi will begin streaming on Netflix on Could 14.