Naa Bangaaru Talli (my dearest daughter) is provocative, shocking and surprisingly tender amidst an explosion of unbridled emotions! Made in Telugu and Malayalam, this film has won accolades from across the globe and explores the consequences of sex trafficking and tests the vulnerability of trust in human relations.
The film has won seven international awards and three national awards. Everybody who has seen the film says "I thought this will be a award film, but this is super family thriller." Despite all the accolades, Sunitha Krishnan, the concept advisor and co-producer of the film still struggles to find a distributor.
Sunitha says, "Mortaged my house, staked everything I owned so that a never before told true story of sex trafficking is made into a feature film “Naa bangaaru Talli”. I had to tell this to the world before I go to my grave!!"A month ago, we published this story, saying: " Milaap is helping Sunitha raise Rs 15 lakhs to have a modest release of the film across Andhra Pradesh & Telangana. She hopes to release “Naa bangaaru Talli” by the end of October 2014 and she has to raise the money by 4th October 2014 so that she can place orders for publicity material/TV ads/newspaper ads/hoardings/posters etc and also get the film to the theaters."Today, through the power of many, we have created history. To quote Sunitha, "For the first time in South Indian cinema, our Telugu feature film, is ready for release through crowdfunding." The film hits movie halls in November, with the goal of sparking and reigniting conversations on sexual trafficking. To promote the movie, you can share this message on social media and let your friends and family know.
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