Sundeep Kishan's Telugu film Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene which is also being made in Tamil named Kannadi is his maiden production venture. He has pinned a lot of hopes on this film, as he is looking forward to the much-needed break.
This film is a multi-genre one and has a lot to offer to its audience. The first five minutes of the film are going to show us how Hyderabad would look like 24 years from now. "We wanted to show how the buildings might look in the 2040s," Sundeep Kishan told IBTimes India.
From televisions to mobile phones, a lot if going to change by then. So we showed holograms, smartwatches and a lot more in this film. That doesn't mean it is all about science. This film has many genres and I'm sure the audience would love it," added Sundeep while promoting the film in Hyderabad on Monday.
Ninu Veedani Nedanu Nene is directed by Caarthick Raju and the script came to Sundeep at the time when he was looking for a script that would suit him well. The past couple of Sundeep's films have tanked at the box office and this time, he has taken utmost care in the making of the film. He even recruited two different editors for Telugu and Tamil versions. Some of the roles in both the versions have been played by a different set of actors.
"When my films weren't shaping up well, and when I knew that, I couldn't do anything because I wasn't in a position where I could ask for a reshoot. When I was going through the rough patch, I decided to take a break for a couple of months and went away from everything," added the actor while talking about the toughest phase of his life.
Actors Murali Sharma, Rahul Ramakrishna and Vennela Kishore are also part of the film and this film marks the Tamil debut of Rahul Ramakrishna.