Savyasachi is hitting the screens on November 2 and director Chandoo Mondeti, who has films like Karthikeya and Premam to his credit can’t contain his excitement.
“Sometime ago, I read about this vanishing syndrome in an article and decided to learn more about it which was very interesting. I did some homework to understand whether it really existed, and the results were mindblowing. The behaviour of people who suffer from this syndrome is different,” said Chandoo.
He further added, that he tried blending the syndrome concept to an idea he already had in mind. “I wrote the script after combining these two ideas and made a few changes in the final draft,” he said.
Chandoo, who is just four films old, says that he has learnt a lot from his previous films and has made Savyasachi in such a way, where you feel that the story itself is the style of the cinema.
Asked whether it has any similarities with Nagarjuna’s Hello Brother, the director refuted the claims.
Nag Chaitanya has done a lot of love stories till now, but this will be the first time, he has chosen something different. Chandoo has mentioned that Chay was very excited to do the film when he narrated the story.
The film also stars Madhavan, one of the most popular actors of South India, who is picky when selecting scripts. “Once the narration was done, Madhavan immediately said yes, which was very encouraging to me. Many consider this film his comeback, I like to think that what I have chosen to do is something special,” added the young director.
With Keeravani’s signature music driving the narrative, Chandoo is thankful to the music composer for making such beautiful tunes. Savyasachi is produced by Mythri Movie Makers.