Tharun Bhascker is one successful indie filmmaker who made a promising debut 'Pelli Choopulu', which went onto bag a National Award for best regional dialogues. He successfully made his journey to silver screen from the short films and his recognized as the early indie filmmaker to taste success in mainstream cinema. Yesterday, he made post appealing everyone to follow the instruction of Prime Minister Modi addressed in his speech to increase the phase of the Indian economy.
"For decades, we have used global brands as a facade to appear superior. In the recent announcement by our PM, regarding the lockdown 4.0, he went on to ask us yo support "Local" brands and be vocal about it. It's high time we shed our frivolous consumerism, adopt positive changes to become conscious consumers. Let's research where our products come from, how they are sourced. Self-sustainable will be the future - time to make India self-sustainable too. Let's display patriotism where it matters. Let's #GoLocal!" posted Tharun as a story on Instagram.
On the work front, his last work was 'Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi', and he made his acting debut with 'Meeku Maathrame Cheptha.' The film is produced by his dear friend and hero Vijay Devarakonda, under his maiden banner 'King of the Hill' which is also a debut for him as a producer. He has completed shooting his part in an anthology for Netflix, which is yet to get a title. It has reported that he will be doing a feature with Venkatesh, and the clarity comes soon.