“It’s a humble attempt to make people know the equipment and the skills behind making films,” said Daggubati Suresh Babu, owner and managing director of Suresh Productions and son of D Rama Naidu.
“In the first phase, we displayed the equipment. Next comes the history of cinema, artifacts, costumes, shields and scripts. Our aim is to make it a finest cine museum of the country,” Suresh said further
The Mitchell and Arri 11 CBR Camera used for the Indian bilingual film Pathala Bhairavi in 1951,Ramudu-Bheemudu in 1964, Kalisundam..Raa! in 2000 and many more were exhibited.
Another audio-video room in the studio is also getting ready where the visitors can watch old classic movies. “For every 3-6 months, we will keep adding the good old things about cinema. We are planning to exhibit the equipment used for the Prabhas-starrer ‘Bahubali’ too,” Suresh Babu added. “Plans are afoot to make a library of the scripts of all 150 films produced by D Ramanaidu,” said theatre personality L Satyanand.