Director Puri Jagannadh has begun a new trend in filmmaking lately with his rapid pace of completing films. Apparently, Puri is setting a target of 60 to 100 days for any film and that too a big budget flick. So far, he has been successful in wrapping them up without any hiccups.
Now, it is heard that he has used the same formula for his new venture ‘Devudu Chesina Manushulu’. Unit members reveal that Puri catered exactly 35 days for regular shooting. This took place in the Annapurna Studio. This was followed by a set of 14 days catered exclusively for the canning of the songs.
And another 10 days were catered to shoot the action sequences. That way, the entire film got over in just two months. At this pace, it will come as no surprise to see Puri coming up with a minimum of four films per year. This formula is sure to give some sleepless nights to the other directors and put them on their toes.