'Vidhi', starring Rohit Nanda in the lead, has been made as a truly experimental film using pathbreaking technology. The makers, unveiling its First Look poster on Wednesday, informed the audience that Audio Description technology has been used. "Audio description (AD) is an AVT mode that describes what is happening in the images through words," a technological website says.
Speaking about his movie, Rohit Nanda said that even vision-impaired people can experience 'Vidhi' in its totality. Sri Charan Pakala, one of the most talented music directors when it comes to re-recording, has worked on the movie. "This is going to be a stunner, especially the twists. I have composed for thrillers before. But 'Vidhi' is unique among them. I thoroughly enjoyed doing the BGM," Pakala added.
The makers are planning to make their film accessible to one million blind people living in the Telugu States. "About 90% of them would have never been to a cinema hall," the makers said.
Written and directed by Srikanth Ranganathan and Srinath Ranganathan, the film stars Anandhi as the heroine. Produced by Ranjit S, the film was shot by cinematographer Srinath Ranganathan. Edited by Srinath Ranganathan, its art direction is by Adarsh Sekar, Vysakh Venugopal and Suresh. Sindhura Srikanth lent the concept of the story. The dialogues have been penned by Srikanth Ranganathan.