In this new age of cinema, there is umpteen number of filmmakers coming up with a varied range of movies. It seems like the makers are coming up with new promotional strategies to sell their films. They are coining new terms to explain the genre and the content of a film. The makers of an upcoming Telugu film claim that their movie has at least 10 original scenes in it, which were never seen before on the Indian screen. A section of audiences is questioning what is the definition of originality in films.
They claim that, in any film, the scenes we write are often inspired by other films or books or real-life instances. The filmmaker turns it original with the style of his making. Earlier this morning, the first look poster of the film Love, Life, and Pakodi got released. The film seems to be a regular romantic comedy by looking at the title and the poster. But to market their film well, the makers are saying that it is the boldest Telugu film ever, but not in a sleazy way. They also claim that there will be at least 10 original scenes in the movie, which were never seen before on the Indian screen. Now, people are confusing over this term 'originality.' Does the original mean that the film has scenes which were never shown in any Indian film? or does it mean that the way the director has helmed the scenes in a new way?
Either way, that statement from the makers is raising curiosity among the audiences. The release details of this movie will be out soon.