Tiger Nageswara Rao in the Indian Sign Language across 65+ screens

Producer Abhishek Nama has taken a pioneering step in the world of cinema by deciding to release his upcoming film, "Tiger Nageswara Rao," in the Indian Sign Language (ISL). This remarkable decision aims to make the movie more accessible to the specially-abled audience, particularly those who communicate using ISL. With over 65 screens worldwide set to feature the movie in ISL, this move is a significant stride toward promoting inclusivity and ensuring that cinema is an art form that everyone can enjoy, regardless of their abilities.
The film, which features popular actors like Ravi Teja and Anupam Kher, has already garnered attention for its innovative approach to storytelling and now, with this commitment to accessibility, it's set to create a positive impact. This step not only showcases Abhishek Nama's dedication to the craft of filmmaking but also underscores the power of cinema as a medium for change and inclusivity. As it gears up for its release, "Tiger Nageswara Rao" is not only set to entertain but also inspire by embracing diversity and ensuring that storytelling knows no boundaries.

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