Sunday, June 15, 2014

Chennai bites-1


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I always had few preconceived opinions on film industry (television or movie) before moving to Chennai..But I've to change my mind after seeing their hard work and dedication while making  films..There is a studio near by our house and we happened to see few shootings over there..There is always a large unit working there..The workers and assistants have to work really hard regardless of weather conditions.I often see them sleeping on bare floor in the end of a hectic shooting day..
The thing I like the most is,they mind their own business..We seldom saw them arguing or shouting..I really liked the way they work in a well disciplined manner..:)
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Junior artists waiting for the shoot..
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Lunch time for them..
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24 comments:

Bhavana Lalwani said...

nice introduction of the lives of cine artists and their hardwork. images are impressive.

indu chhibber said...

very interesting insights into their working Nagini

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Bhavana Lalwani,
Thank you so much dear..:)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Indu Chibber,
Thank you so much yaar Indu :)

AmitAag said...

Very interesting!

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Amitaag,
Thank you Amit Jee :)

Kokila Gupta said...

Interesting.... and its good it changed your perception as all work requires lots of hard work and discipline :) missed you :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Kokila Guptha,
Very true Kokila..Missed you too dear..Nice to hear from you :)

Bikram said...

so what movie was being shot ..

I know for real how hard it is to make a movie and how hard everyone works.. seen it with my own eyes how people start as early as 4 or 5 am and then carry on till 2am next day just to get that perfect shot.. we think its easy but its not


Bikram

magiceye said...

Lovely set of images!!

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@Bikram,
Agree with you Bikram.It was some Tamil movie,Donno the name.
Thank you so much for dropping by :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Magiceye,
Thank you so much Deepak :)

Found In Folsom said...

cool kada ammai...mari emi shooting choosavu? I know, the field looks all glamours and glittery, but it's not..

Ankur Anand said...

very interesting insight !

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Found in Folsom,
Lathaa jee,How r u? Yeah true.ఏవో తమిళ్ మూవీస్ అండీ.చాలా మంది తెలిసిన ఆర్టిస్ట్స్ కనిపిస్తూ ఉంటారు :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Ankur Anand,
Thanks a lot Ankur..:)

Rajlakshmi said...

I think like any other industry, film industry too is very proffessional... I loved the pictures you shared. I have never seen a shooting... wish someday I could see one.

shruthi nayak said...

I come from a family of artists.. i have seen all this very closely.. Yes they all put in a lot of hard work and these crew members are paid peanuts.. It is their dedication that has really surprised me, especially for the kind of pay they get..

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@Rajlakshmi,
Completely agree with your words..Thank you so much Rajlakshmi :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Shruthi nayak,
Very true.Nice to know that you have seen all this closely..Thank you so much for dropping by :)

Rajesh said...

Interesting.

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Rajesh,
Thank you so much :)

Vajra said...

Being a movie maniac I'm so impressed on the stuff. Thank you for bringing the limelight of the back end brains of the cinema. Sometimes Pictures speak more and your pictures proved that.

--Vajra

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Vajra,
Thank you so much Vajra...Nice to see you after long time buddy :)