Chinese film as Ningi Nela Nade

Haritha has dubbed for the voice of the lead girl. Vandemataram Srinvias has scored the film’s music.

Published: 20th November 2008 03:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th May 2012 05:01 PM   |  A+A-


Invisible Wings, the Chinese film which went away with the covetous Golden Elephant at the 15th International Children’s Film Festival, Hyderabad last year, is going to be dubbed into Telugu as Ningi Nela Nade. Sujan Media Works Pvt Limited is producing the film.

The film is based on the real life incident of a Chinese girl played by Lei Qingyao, who losts her both the arms when she was trying to retrieve her kite caught in an electric transformer. It’s about how she goes on becoming national champion in swimming with her determination using her legs, is the story.

“We have acquired the film’s rights to dub it into various Indian languages," said producer Chawa Sudharani addressing the media at Prasads Labs in the City on Tuesday.

“According to Director Feng Zhenzhi, the film was made to inspire many a young Chinese due to the high incidence of suicides," she informed.

Vennelakanti penned the dialogues for the film.

Chandrabose has written a song. Haritha has dubbed for the voice of the lead girl. Vandemataram Srinvias has scored the film’s music.

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