Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 31 (ANI): Filmmaker Nila Madhab Panda talked about his upcoming cli-fi sequence,’The Jengaburu Curse’, which is all about local weather change due growing human wants. Panda mentioned that it’s a international problem which wants consideration and his motive behind making it’s to make individuals conscious of environmental conservation.
In an unique dialog with ANI, he spoke about the whole concept behind the sequence and mentioned,”As we claimed that this is India’s first climate fiction. When we discuss curses, we often refer to mythology. Curse denotes cause and effect. you hear about floods and droughts in day-to-day life. Scientists predict that major cities like Mumbai and Bangkok would be submerged as a result of thesame cause, which is what we refer to as the curse in the series.”While throwing gentle on the story of the sequence and its title, he added,”‘The Jengaburu Curse’ means a red mountain in the tribal language. The entire story revolves around this mountain, which is worshipped by the tribal community as their God. Nevertheless, one day, someone stole it. The entire plot is what occurs next.”Panda additional talked in regards to the taking pictures of the sequence, saying,”You probably haven’t seen much of Odisha in popular cinema, yet that’s where the majority of the shooting took place. With woods, oceans, even mines, waterfalls, culture, and everything else, Odisha is a really lovely place. It is all shown in the series. We have not done the shooting in the studio. You will see a new world even though it was a lot of hardship because we shot in a very deep forest.””This is a local tale but tells a global story, it can happen in Africa, and Australia also, it is an environmental show but in the genre of thriller,” he concluded.
‘The Jengaburu Curse’ might be streaming on Sony LIV on August 9. (ANI)