After '1940 Lo Oka Gramam' and 'High School', Narasimha Nandi is back with a film to be made with the sport of Kabaddi as the backdrop. "Shivaji agreed to act in the film just by listening to the concept. This film is based on a burning problem. I wanted to make a documentary on the fluoride problem. After I visited some villages and discussed about the problem with the villagers, I thought that a feature film alone will help me take the issue to a larger audience. The film tells how a band of girls bring name to their village by winning a kabaddi match. Well-trained women kabaddi players, who have been selected for the film, are being given training for the film," the director said.
"We have seen some films based on the sport in the past. However, this story is different, and emotions are intertwined in the script. The film will be shot in rare locations like Kanigiri, Bhairavakona, Malakonda, Tripurantakam and others", the makers said.
Actor Shivaji said that he was inspired to act in the film the moment he was narrated the concept. "I am playing a kabaddi coach in this movie", he said. The producer has a film like 'Nakoo O Lavarundi' in his kitty. "We felt that Shivaji alone can do justice to the role of the young coach", Suresh Babu said.
Photography is by Murali Mohan Reddy. Music is by Chinni Charan.