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December 3, 2008


Award winning Chinese film ‘Invisible Wings’ is being dubbed and released in Telugu as Ningi Nela Naade. It won Golden Elephant award in 15th Children Film Festival organized at Hyderabad in 2007.

The film, directed by Feng Zhenzhi, shows the determination of a teenage girl, Zihua, who goes on to become the national champion in swimming though she lost her both hands in an electric shock.

Chava Sudharani is dubbing this film on Srujana Media works pvt ltd banner. Music of the film was launched at a function organized in Prasad Labs today morning. ANR launched the music and gave the first copy to Ramesh Prasad.

An inspiring film - ANR
Speaking on the occasion ANR said, “Physical and mental inability in us makes us feel inferior. This film is about how to overcome that inferiority complex and achieve something in life. There is a beautiful dialogue in this film – ‘naaku kannillu raavu. Endukante tuduchukovadaniki naaku chetulu levu’. During my younger days, I visited Jaffna, Srilanka and a local school authority invited me. I went there and tried to speak in English which I was extremely bad at. I could hear them laugh. I went to the bathroom and cried for not being educated enough to converse with children. After coming to India, I went and met VS Krishna – vice chancellor of Andhra University and told him that I would like to sponsor one poor brilliant student every year by contributing 19,500 rupees. After watching Ningi Nela Naade, I could see myself going through such situations. I would like to appreciate producer Sudharani for coming up with such a nice idea of dubbing this film.”

Choreographer Suchitra Chandrabose said, “This film tells us about parenting and how to infuse self confidence in kids.”

Producer Sudharani said, “I would like to thank Ramesh Prasad for encouraging me. I would also like to thank ANR for giving us moral support. I want to thank Rama Krishna of 21st Century for helping with finances. I also took a bank loan to support this project. Ningi Nela Naade is an inspiring film.”

Chandrabose penned lyrics and Vandemataram scored music. Vennelakanti write dialogues. This film will be released very soon.

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