'Brandy Diaries' is a family entertainer, release on August 13.In this interview Brandy Diaries director Sivudu talks about the movie,working experience and more.
Sivudu has directed a movie titled 'Brandy Diaries' on Creative Dreams. The film is all set to head to the theatres on August 13. The subject of the family drama delves into issues like addiction and how they affect an individual and his family. Revolving around well-rounded characters, it has admittedly got superb dialogues.
Speaking about the movie, director Sivudu said, "I hail from a village near Guntur. I grew up watching movies with great passion. I read well and even studied for the civil services exam. Since movies have been my biggest passion, I used to watch at least one movie every day. I used to read books on movies as well."
He added, "I worked as an Assistant Commissioner Of Tax as well. Since I was not getting enough time to write stories, I quit the job and became a junior lecturer. I started taking History lessons after quitting the job. I used to teach History lessons in a cinematic way. I became addicted to alchol. I have gotten over that phase now."
"These days, it is not an easy job to make a movie that everyone loves, thanks to OTT. 'Brandy Diaries' is coming at a time when the whole world is revolving around alcohol," Sivudu added.
'Brandy Diaries' talks about the repercussions of alcoholism. "My film revolves around alcohol, which has millennia of history," he added.
"The film is a family entertainer. At the same time, it has no message as such. It's an enjoyable 2-hour ride. I have infused some incidents that have happened in my life in the movie."
'Brandy Diaries' will be released in 130 theatres on August 13.