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Meet the young talent Sasank Vamsi behind the intriguing trailer of Anushka's Nishabdham

Xappie brings out the stories of young talents off the screen and here we present Sasank Vamsi who is behind Anushka's Nishabdham's trailer cut
by Aravind Peesapati | March 06, 2020 15:26 IST
Meet the young talent Sasank Vamsi behind the intriguing trailer of Anushka's Nishabdham

Films create magic and the people behind the magic rarely get to see the real world. There are several deserving talent personalities whom the world should know about. A lot of talented craftsmen who work off the screen do not get enough recognition. We, at Xappie are happy to introduce them to the world of cinema lovers. Today, we present you Sasank Vamsi, the person behind the awesome trailer cut of Anushka's new movie Nishabdham.

 
Anushka Shetty is coming up with the film Nishabdham after a long gap. After Bhaagmathie, this is the film that Anushka comes up with. There are high expectations on the film and the project already got delayed. To match the expectations of fans and audiences, it is very important for the film unit to come up with an awesome cut of the film's trailer. Not every time does a film unit can manage to bring an intriguing cut of a trailer but the makers of Nishabdham managed to do it.
 
Sharing the challenge in bringing out an interesting cut, Sasank said, "I was not ready initially to take up the task as it is a huge responsibility. But thanks to my director Hemanth who evinced a great trust in me that I can pull it off. Everyone including Kona Venkat sir liked the first version and it filled a lot of confidence in me. Eventually, I and the director made a few changed and locked the cut that everyone is seeing now."
 
Sasank also revealed us that the sound designer Vijay Rathinam who earlier worked for Gully Boy gave valuable inputs. "The bigger task is not to reveal too much in the trailer but to maintain enough curiosity to pull crowds to the theatres," said Sasank talking to Xappie.
 
"Having been associated with the film for a long time as an Associate editor, it all felt easy for me to come up with this. All thanks to my editor Prawin Pudi sir." shares Sasank, who studied Editing at Whistling Woods International, Mumbai.
 
Anushka's Nishabdham hits the screens on 2nd April.


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