He also revealed that a bunch of women participated in the shoot even if it’s not their career. Calling them the ‘jumba group’, he added, “I specially thank all those women who were part of our Jumba group. They were home makers, mothers and working women. They made lot of sacrifices, gave us time and energy even though film was not their career. They participated in the shoot managing their home, jobs, kids which was never an easy job with Long hours of waiting and grueling schedules. They never missed a day even during the corona times. Thanku one and all for your incredible support.” (sic)
What’s more, he hoped some of the women who worked for the film will soon be introduced as directors themselves. “I have seen my male associates make a mark as directors. Among the women who have worked with me, some are going be directors. waitng to see that day,”(sic) he wrote.
Love Story hits screens on April 16 and tells the story of Revanth and Mounica, who hail from small towns but have big dreams as they head to the city. Songs like Ay Pilla and Saranga Dariya from the film have become chartbusters even if there are plagiarism charges doing rounds about the latter.