'Itlu Amma' Director Took 12 Nights For One Shot

Tue Feb 11 2020 11:59:49 GMT+0530 (IST)

As an evident fan of Telugu Cinema, we have to accept the fact that the industry is going through the phase of commercialism rather than coming up with a heart-touching film about how the industry produced in the ’80s and '90s.

Now and then films like Mithunam and Care of Kancharapalem come and gives hope of good films. As such hope Director C Umamaheshwar Rao who directed the film Ankuram in the year 1993 and won National award for it announced yet another interesting project Itlu Amma which has the caption of "Mothers Of The World Unite"

The director went for the same lead actor Revathi who also essayed the lead role in Ankuram film which talks about the lady who is on her way to return an abandoned child to his father.

Speaking about the working experience Revathi said that the director shot for 12 nights just for a single shot which starts with a sentence that it is raining at night with thunders and storms.

Question is that whether it can survive in the current scenario or get beaten by commercial films and left with no theaters for a release like what happened with Mithunam film directed by Tanikella Bharani.