Frog Daggubati: 'Haathi Mere Saathi' reflects society
Actor Daggubati Frog , which will soon be seen in 'Haathi Mere Saathi', has said that his next film reflects society.
We are not trying to give any social message through this movie, but it reflects society. This (human invasion) is happening in many parts of the country and in many parts of the world. Everywhere there is an elephant corridor and there is urbanization. Obviously, there are cities that grow and break their natural habitat (of animals), so Bandev (the name of his character) teaches you in the film a sense of coexistence, Rana said. on the poster and on the movie's release. Co-actors were also present at the do actors Zoya Hussain , Shriya Pilgaonkar and the director of the film. Prabhu Soloman .
Speaking of recent events around the world, such as forest fires in the Amazon rainforest and forest fires in Australia , Frog said: As filmmakers or as artists, we have the tool to express certain things. Expressing means influencing people and influencing them in the most entertaining way. I remember, at least 10-15 years ago, the campaign had begun to save the tigers, and films and documentaries have been made. Ten years later, we support the population of tigers larger than we had 10 years ago, so that they know that a man can change, but someone has to come forward and take that first step. I think, as filmmakers, it was our first tool to give back to the environment, to tell a very entertaining and entertaining story, which can influence all of you to do things.
In the film, the conflict arises when a corporate giant threatens to destroy the jungle and the elephant ecosystem, and the hero, a son of the earth and protector of the forest, rises to protect his home, the forest.
'Haathi Mere Saathi' was originally the title of a superhit of Rajesh Khanna-Tanuja that was launched in 1971. On the old classic, Rana commented: It really is about animals and men being friends, and I think his movie (Rajesh Khanna) It was a tribute to that too.
Stars of 'Haathi Mere Saathi' Pulkit Samrat along with Frog in the Hindi version. The film is being filmed simultaneously in Hindi, Telugu and Tamil, with a different cast in several languages, and is scheduled to premiere on April 2.