Telugu film Chaduvukovali, which hit the screens in 2012, has made to the race for India's entry for the Oscar Awards. The Telugu Film Producers' Council (TFPC) has recommended this movie to the Film Federation of India (FFI) as contenders for India's official entry to the Academy Awards. Child artiste Annie, who has already won several awards for the film, is confident of winning this international honour.
Chaduvukovali (Be Educated) is a movie on social issue of achieving complete literacy in the state. The film is about 11-year-old Seeta. Having lost her mother at a very tender age, she grows up doing all the domestic work and cooking for her father. She wants to study and become a collector, while her dad refuses citing a flimsy reason. However, how she fulfills her dream will form the crux of the story.
Annie, who shot to fame as Mallamma in Nagarjuna's Rajanna, has played Seeta in Chaduvukovali and her performance has won lot of accolades from the critics as well as viewers. The cute girl, who has already won three Nandi awards, was a little disappointed, when she failed to bag a National Award for Rajanna. But she is now very confident that she is going to nullify that with an Oscar.