Sandeep Reddy Vanga reveals backstory for his choice of background scores

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20-12-2023

    Sandeep remembered an incident from Sydney

    Sandeep went to a film school in Sydney

    I would go to different streets and experience the visuals with this audio: Sandeep

After the resounding success of ‘Animal’ in the box office, director Sandeep Vanga has earned the name of a reliable director whose stories connect with the audience. One of the notable features of his films are the Background scores. They are markedly different from the scores usually associated with mainstream films. Not only is there variation within a small period of time, but they are tied to previous scenes in the film and have a rhythm and flow to it. 

Sandeep Reddy is very particular about the process he follows for the film’s music. He talked about a backstory that inspired him to take the unique approach in handling his film’s scores in an interview with Galatta Plus. “When I went to film school in Sydney. I bought a car one week after landing. One of my friend’s friends had a 1994 Toyota Camry. I bought it for 500 dollars. I used to go by car to the film school. There was a cassette player and it had only one cassette left. One side is Swathi Muthyam, the other side is Sagar Sangyo. There were big buildings on the way and the song “Chinnari Ponnari Kitaye” would play. I was blown. There were times when the school would finish and I would go to different streets and experience the visuals with this audio,” he stated. 

Sandeep Reddy Vanga reveals backstory for his choice of background scores

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    Sandeep remembered an incident from Sydney

    Sandeep went to a film school in Sydney

    I would go to different streets and experience the visuals with this audio: Sandeep

After the resounding success of ‘Animal’ in the box office, director Sandeep Vanga has earned the name of a reliable director whose stories connect with the audience. One of the notable features of his films are the Background scores. They are markedly different from the scores usually associated with mainstream films. Not only is there variation within a small period of time, but they are tied to previous scenes in the film and have a rhythm and flow to it. 

Sandeep Reddy is very particular about the process he follows for the film’s music. He talked about a backstory that inspired him to take the unique approach in handling his film’s scores in an interview with Galatta Plus. “When I went to film school in Sydney. I bought a car one week after landing. One of my friend’s friends had a 1994 Toyota Camry. I bought it for 500 dollars. I used to go by car to the film school. There was a cassette player and it had only one cassette left. One side is Swathi Muthyam, the other side is Sagar Sangyo. There were big buildings on the way and the song “Chinnari Ponnari Kitaye” would play. I was blown. There were times when the school would finish and I would go to different streets and experience the visuals with this audio,” he stated. 

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