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Sachindi Ra Gorre to herald new era of T’wood-B’wood joint ventures

Sachindi Ra Gorre to herald new era of T’wood-B’wood joint ventures

Jointly backed by Hyderabad-based production house Entertainment Studio and Mumbai’s Soham Rockstar, the upcoming crime comedy, Sachindi Ra Gorre promises to herald a new era of content driven films in Telugu cinema. NM Pasha, founder of Entertainment Studio, (and also a partner at Matinee Entertainment which has produced films such as Kshanam and Ghazi and is currently associated with Raju Gari Gadhi 2) says, “We believe that there are many new stories to be told and many boundaries to be pushed. This partnership was born from the desire to find new ways of doing high content films which entertain and enlighten.”

Slated to release in December, Sachindi Ra Gorre, jointly produced by Deepak Mukut, NM Pasha and associate producer Aparna Kitey under Soham Rockstar Entertainment, Entertainment Studio, is currently under production. “Sachindi Ra Gorre is probably the first Telugu film with indie sensibilities. Sticking to the crime-comedy genre, the film has a soul of its own with unique characters and situations set in a grungy milieu. The Telangana dialect in the film blends with the setting and the dialogues range from hilarious to laugh-out-loud moments with absolutely no space for slapstick,” says Aparna Keitey.

Deepak Mukut, head of Soham Rockstar which produced the Harshvardhan Rane and Mawra Hocane-starrer, Sanam Teri Kasam, believes the South market is going through a phenomenal phase right now. “Some of the biggest recent hits in Indian cinema were remakes of South Indian films. And the success of Bahubali 2 has shown that there is huge potential for regional cinema. Apart from working with the top talent in these markets, we also want to back projects with fresh concepts and scripts that will help recognise promising talent in the South film industry,” says Deepak adding, “Soham Rockstar has a host of new projects lined up starting with Nayak 2, sequel to the Kamal Haasan-starrer Nayak, written by the veteran and versatile writer of Bahubali and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Vijayendra Prasad apart from the South remake of blockbuster hit Chameli Ki Shaadi.”

By: Sridhar Adivi

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