Creating Characters from Plot
Posted by gopimohanblog on October 21, 2012 in Film Club
October 31, 2012 at 3:20 am
gopi sir…nice to see all your articles in your blog…
i have one quick query…..i could really see a lot different characters and different names in sreenu vaitlaji movies….those are really funny…I enjoyed listenings names like mcdonald moorthy, bommakanti naagalingam, ramakrishna alias rakhee, praris prasad, raju gaaru….etc.
though some of the names are not new, but they gel with the artiste as well as character very well..
how could you get this kind of ideas or whose suggestion is it get such names….??
if you write an article on this also very well appreciated..:-))…!
November 6, 2012 at 1:41 pm
thanks for following our movies and characters…will write about our movies too in near future…first i want to introduce screen writing concepts through my blog before writing about our films.
Dj Kav (@draj4life)
November 8, 2012 at 2:52 pm
asalu konni dialouges aithey so natural espcially telengana slang which you used in Dhee dookudu
king ,day to day life ni reflect cheskovachu…bahusha nenu idi me twitter lo kuda rasanu..dhee lo sri shari antadu ga bedroom lo “Yem pakkabattal sardinava” king lo “Nuvvu na thani ki ochinava nenu ne thana ki vachinava”…namo venkatesha lo “telangana tadipatri uncle” ante venkatesh garu “avvu”…cheppukunte chala unnayi chala sukshmanga chustanu
Naku me anni movies nunchi 3 higlight scenes sir
1.shankar anna ante vadilo ladies chuttu rowdies aa Episode
2.Nechulu yeppudu nicham ga matladtaru seenu garu aa episode
3.Pottidiki mobile silent lo pettadam radu aa episode
Sir vitiki episode plotting or story boarding what ever it is yela vestaru sir…I would say one thing your comedy is native telugu ,your charecters your punches …probably your team replicates the flavour of raju hirani in tollywood…
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