Filmmaker-writer-producer duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK are celebrating the recognition of their Telugu comedy movie Cinema Bandi. The movie, which launched on Netflix on May 14, is the most popular piece of content material in India on the streaming service at this time.
“How incredible is this! Who would have thought a ‘tiny’ ‘regional’ film like Cinema Bandi will become the No 1 thing in the country! Thank you all for showering love and warmth! Here’s to indie films! #CinemaBandi #CinemaBandiOnNetflix,” Raj & DK, finest identified for the TV collection The Family Man and flicks like Stree, shared on micro-blogging website Twitter.
Cinema Bandi is about an auto-rickshaw driver who finds an costly digicam in the backseat of his auto and decides to make a movie with it. He plans to make use of the revenue he earns from it to convey energy and water provide to his village. The movie’s tagline reads, “Everyone is a filmmaker at heart”.
Cinema Bandi acquired constructive important evaluations.
Indianexpress.com’s assessment of the movie learn, “Ganapathi and Veerababu set out to make a movie within their village. And what follows is a generous supply of humour deeply rooted in reality. Amid all the laugh-out-loud moments, there are also truly heartfelt moments that will make your eyes well up. You don’t shed tears out of sadness for their struggle. It is more like a tear of gratitude for reviving our faith in virtues of innocence, honesty and the shared joy of cinema.”