Talented director Nandini Reddy, is back after a brief hiatus with a family drama Kalyana Vaibhogame. On the eve of the film’s release, we caught up with her for a brief interview. Here is the transcript.
Q) Did you make this film with a lot of fear ?
No ! not at all. I made Ala Modalaindi with a lot of passion and the film became a huge success. Then I narrated Kalyana Vaibhogame to Siddharth and Samantha but things did not work out. So, in order to continue my winning streak, I made Jabardasth which flopped big time. With these two films, I saw extreme success and failures already. So coming to this film, I made it with absolutely no fear and confusion.
Q) How did this project shape up ?
As I told you earlier, this project was there with me from a long time. I am generally bad at narrating scripts and many people end up disliking my stories. But with my producer Damodar Prasad, he clearly understands what I narrate. He liked the USP of the film and the project was on within no time.
Q) How confident are you about the film’s release ?
Q) How hungry are you about the film’s success ?
I made Ala Modalaindi with a lot of heart and soul. But most of them who saw the film did not like it. Loosing no heart, we went for the release and I still remember crying my heart out after watching the film with the audience. The response that I got and the success which I saw with that film made my life complete. Now, since I have already tasted success, I am not bothered about the outcome and will keep on doing films only which I like.
Q) What is the film all about ?
Views about marriage have changed drastically with the younger generation. The film is all about a modern couple and how these human relationships evolve in crunch situations is the whole film all about.
Q) The music has clicked well. Tell us about that ?
Yes ! the music is the heart and soul of the film. I went very hard on the music director Kalyan Koduri and got some superb output from him. Especially the wedding song which has become quite popular took us a long time and we worked very hard to make it sound meaningful.
Q) Your next projects ?
I have an intense love story in my hand which I will start working post this project.
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