You do not need any introduction on the eccentric genius Ram Gopal Varma and his filmography. Though he may not be tasting much success in the recent past, RGV has always excelled in creating a new path to the next generation of filmmakers. He is known for innovative approaches.
In that process, he came up with flow cam technology and many others. Now, it appears that another RGV is in the making. This is in the form of the noted director Teja. Soon, he would be arriving with his new movie Hora Hori and it is heard that a major part of the movie was shot in rain.
The interesting bit is, creating artificial rain is very tough and incurs heavy expenditure on tankers. But Teja has come up with this new technology wherein only half a tanker was required and rain sequences were shot using less budget. He has used a rain machine that creates artificial rain wherever and whenever required. So, through his making methods he is luring media towards the movie. Way to go Teja!