The trailer of Pitta Kathalu, Netflix’s four-section Telugu collection show, was delivered on Friday. Each of the four short movies are ladies driven, and they spin around the difficulties ladies face while exploring inconveniences of connections.
Desire, guiltlessness, power elements and rearview reflect intelligence on life, Pitta Kathalu appears to have handled love and human connections from different points of view. This treasury film is a consequence of the meeting up of four reviving and dynamic Telugu movie producers: Tharun Bhascker, B.V. Nandini Reddy, Nag Ashwin and Sankalp Reddy.
Amala Paul, who has assumed the nominal part in Meera, noticed that every film in the compilation investigates the various parts of a connection among people, including the endless force battle.
“The narrating is crude and true, and would contact a harmony with the crowd. Meera is the tale of a bold lady and her experiences. It addresses a few touchy topics that make the story both effective and relatable. It is significantly more grasping because of the short film design,” said Amala.
Shruti Haasan, who has tried the primary job in Nag Ashwin’s X-Life, included that working this task was a remunerating experience. “To have an impactful part in that story was in reality energizing and intriguing to paper. Playing a character of a lady who is solid and opposes the assumptions of society was an extraordinary encounter. While the story is set in a modern world, it is found in some structure or the other in this day and age also and I trust crowds can comprehend its reality,” she said.
The film likewise stars Eesha Rebba, Lakshmi Manchu, Ashima Narwal, Jagapathi Babu, Satya Dev, Saanve Megghana and Sanjith Hegde among others.
Pitta Kathalu, which is short stories for Telugu, will begin gushing on Netflix from February 19.