‘Minugurlu’ is All Set to Release

Minugurlu, All Lights Film Magazine, ALFM


Minugurlu’ directed by Ayodhyakumar Krishnamsetty is all set to release. The film tells the story of a 14 year old visually challenged Raju and his peers who choose to expose a conspiracy of their warden Narayana in their blind orphanage using the visual medium of the film. 

Raju, who joins the orphanage after being blinded in an accident, disagrees to come to terms with the gruesome conditions in the orphanage. After several attempts to expose Narayana’s wicked deeds are foiled, Raju plans a mission DivyaDrusti along with his new found friends Bhasker, Anand, Sukmar, and Myna. The aim of this mission is to shoot a film and inform their district collector about their situation.

The film features Ashish Vidyarthi, Suhasini and Raghubir Yadav in lead roles. Other star cast included child artists like Srinivasai, Deepaksaraj and Farookh. The story and the screenplay for the film are penned by the director himself.
The combination of the young, talented crew from India and experienced renowned crew from the U.S. offer a right blend of aesthetics and technical team. David Fuller is the director of photography for the film. David Fuller has been working as a Director of Photography for almost a decade. He has worked in major studios like Falcon International Studio, Atlanta. He has shot hundreds of music videos, advertisements and documentaries. Roger Morgalis, a graduate of the UCLA film school and a Film Center faculty member for 30 years, who has written numerous feature film screenplays and acted as a consultant on such films as The China Syndrome and Death Race 2000, is the script consultant for the film. John bishop worked as a professor of world arts and cultures, UCLA who taught advanced video production, cinematography and editing and owns a video production company- Media Generation is served as the editing consultant. The art direction for the movie is done by Rembon Justin who has been working as an art director for almost 10 years in Tamil film industry. His films ‘Subrahmanyapuram’, ‘Vishali’ were very well received and his art work was well appreciated.