Hyderabad’s street art gets documented

“The thing is that not many are aware of street art in the city. We wanted to promote this on social media and that’s how the concept of making a documentary struck us,” said C. Nithin Reddy of Square Concepts and Services.

By Author  |  Published: 9th Feb 2018  5:14 pmUpdated: 9th Feb 2018  9:03 pm
Hyderabad, street art

Hyderabad: Good work needs to be propagated widely on different platforms and this is what Square Concepts and Services is doing in the city.

Impressed with the street art work done by various artists at Necklace Road, the organization has made a documentary on the street art and is promoting it on social media.

Made in association with Pani Puri Media, the documentary is already going viral on Youtube. Street art has transformed the ambience at MS Maktha and Necklace Road with a wide range of colours and works on the buildings.

“The thing is that not many are aware of street art in the city. We wanted to promote this on social media and that’s how the concept of making a documentary struck us,” said C. Nithin Reddy of Square Concepts and Services.

A graduate in automobile engineering, Reddy is now a professional photographer as well. Along with a team, he made the documentary in two days – shooting was completed in one day and editing done on the second day.

In the next part, the team plans to make a documentary on street art at Madhapur and Begumpet with the idea being to release it next month.

The second edition will include many minor aspects like what makes the artist finalise a design, colour or pattern or the reasons behind yellow colouring in “Yellow Galli” at MS Maktha, he said, adding that this would be followed with a message-oriented documentary on suicides by youngsters.

Telangana Today is a media partner for the endeavour.

Watch the video here: