Bangalore goes indie!

by Peter D. Marshall

by Sharanya CR.

Bangalore may be the silicon valley of the country, but with several techies leaving their high paying jobs to pursue filmmaking, it looks like the city is fast becoming home to many indie filmmakers as well. With recent reports suggesting that Bangalore has more short filmmakers than any other city in India, there is little doubt that the city is witnessing an abundance of creativity.

This craze has seen films like Arvind Kamath’s Innuendo and Rabi Kisku’s Software Hardware Kya Yaaron that was released recently.

Read the rest of this article from Times of India.

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