Dear Nana

Ravi is a pharmacist who is sincere and dedicated to his profession. He earned enough to afford a comfortable life for his wife and son Surya, who is aspiring to become a chef. The only thing Ravi wants in his life is to continue this journey as a pharmacist through his son. This narration speaks about the process of how Ravi became relevant to change the course of Surya's life and the challenges he faced.

  • Anji Saladi
  • Anji Saladi
    Jaathi Ratnalu
  • Rakesh Mahankali
  • Chaitanya Rao Madadi
    Key Cast
    30 weds 21, Annapurna Photo Studio, Hawaa, Mukhachitam, Thimmarusu, Keeda Cola, Valentines Night
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    40 minutes
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    March 17, 2022
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    48,000 USD
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Director Biography - Anji Saladi

Anji Saladhi is a Film Writer & Director based in Hyderabad. He started his career at the age of 19 as an assistant director and assistant writer for reality-based television shows at ETV. After working for 7 years in Television, he started creative writing for animation shows and also directing and editing numerous films and advertisements for corporate clients. He has been a part of direction team for 2 other feature films before he co-wrote the Telugu super hit film, Jathiratnalu. He went on to work for 4 other films as a writer before venturing out to make his first independent film, Dear Nanna, which is due for release in 2022. He is currently working on his next feature film as a Writer and Director.

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Director Statement

The statement on the film from the director's point of view presents how the pharmacist struggled during covid time. During the lockdown, all the services provided like policemen, medical departments, volunteers, and others, etc., were recognized as Frontline warriors, but the pharmacists were not recognized. I want to tell the audience that most people will see pharmacists in a business in point of view, but they are service-oriented.