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Nara Rohit promoting new wave cinema

Nara Rohit promoting new wave cinema
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Young actor Nara Rohit seems to have developed a taste for novel films. After acting in a new-age entertainer ‘Samanthakamani, the actor is producing a Telugu  ‘Needi Naadi Oke Katha’ starring Sri Vishnu and Satna Titus in the lead, which is close to neo-realism and inspired from Dogme 95 manifesto, a revolutionary movement in filmmaking process which began in 1995 from Denmark. 

Young actor Nara Rohit seems to have developed a taste for novel films. After acting in a new-age entertainer ‘Samanthakamani, the actor is producing a Telugu ‘Needi Naadi Oke Katha’ starring Sri Vishnu and Satna Titus in the lead, which is close to neo-realism and inspired from Dogme 95 manifesto, a revolutionary movement in filmmaking process which began in 1995 from Denmark.

“I have adopted Dogme 95 principles for first time in Tollywood for `Needi Naadi Oke Katha’. We have first made a trial shoot of the film with Dogme 95 principles and showed the footage to Nara Rohit. He encouraged us by accepting to produce the film on ARAN Media works.

Actually, Dogme 95 is a manifesto formulated by Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg in Denmark with 10 goals and rules. These rules refused expensive and spectacular special effects, post production modifications and other technical gimmicks which control the production costs.

Other rules like shooting must be done on location without props and sets, sound must never be produced apart from images, camera must be hand-held, special lighting is not acceptable, film must not contain superficial action and so on are all adopted as it is, says director Venu Udugula.

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