Actress-cum-producer Lakshmi Manchu has erected an eco-friendly set for her upcoming film Gundello Godari, which is directed by Kumar Nagendra. The set is an authentic fisherman village created on a landscape of 27 acres. This villages has around 120 houses and huts in it.
The huge set of Gundello Godari has been designed and created by art director Murali Kondeti, who has used natural material to erect the village, which is harmless for the surroundings. This new plan of film unit will help the productions in conserving fuel, energy and water and it also avoids toxins and pollution.
The story of Gundello Godari, which is simultaneously made in Telugu and Tamil, revolves around two love stories in the backdrop of the 1986 Godavari floods. It depicts the destruction and pain caused by the Godavari floods that year.
However, Gundello Godari features Aadhi, Sandeep, Lakshmi and Tapsee in the lead roles. Ilayaraja is composing the music for the film. The shooting of the movie began in Rajahmundry in January 2012. And it is expected to release in the last week of August.