Mahi V Raghav, the director of Yatra feels Directors Day should be made a Story Tellers Day; Here are his thoughts on the same

Director Mahi V Raghav recently opened up that he wants to do a sequel for Yatra with the title Yatra 2 with YS Jagan.
Written By Thulasi Ram | Updated: May 05, 2020 15:09 IST
Mahi V Raghav, the director of Yatra feels Directors Day should be made a Story Tellers Day; Here are his thoughts on the same

Mahi V Raghav is one of the talented filmmakers in the Tollywood. On the occasion of Tollywood celebrating Directors day yesterday, the writer-director suggested that it should be made a Story Tellers Day. The director elaborated his thoughts and revealed how most popular shows became popular because of the writers and creators. "Storyteller’s Day. #Writers #screenwriters. Finally the web series/content has made the writers the creators giving them their due credit." he wrote.

 
"Directors day." I think it should be made a STORY TELLERS DAY. A director is as good as material written, writer is the primary creator of a story. The role of director is over rated and rest of the crew is underrated. Movie is a collaborative art. I am glad that finally the new medium which is web series/web content has given writer's/creators finally their due credit. Director and cast seem to be less known than the writers/creators. I have no clue who the director or the cast are of game of thrones, Fauda, Money heist, or Narcos. All these series are known by its creators/writer's." he posted in a note.
 
Mahi V Raghav signed a film under PVP production. As of now, there is no clarity on the project that they are going to work on. A star hero is in talks to play the lead role. The complete details about the project will come out soon.
 
On the other side, Mahi V Raghav is also looking at launching OTT projects. He is already in talks with a couple of streaming platforms.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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