A young woman, who is about to move to the UK with her parents, goes on a trip around the city in her Premier Padmini. Bengaluru, to her, is a city of attachment.
She visits all the big and small places that give the city its essence - right from Vidhana Soudha, to MG Road, Town Hall to MTR restaurant and Lalbagh to India Coffee House.
The video is interspersed with footage from an old Bengaluru and will take you back to the good ol' days.
Produced by Flash Frame Visuals Academy of Film & Television, The Bangalore Song has received 701k views and has been shared over 6,000 times at the time of writing this piece.
The catchy chorus goes "Namma ooru Bengaluru, sakkath coolu" (our city Bengaluru, it is very cool) and is likely to leave you humming.
"We keep complaining about Bengaluru and how it has changed. But when you look at the old and new visuals in the video, you will see that it is not the city that has changed, but the people that have done so. We wanted to show the positive side of Bengaluru," producer Keerthi Kumar told The Times of India.
Watch the video here.
The Bangalore Song I Flash Frame Visuals Academy
THE BANGALORE SONG Production house: Flash Frame Visuals Academy, Bangalore Produced by: Aditi Soni , Keerthi Kumar Creative head: Naman Soni Directed by: Naman Soni & Abhilesh Jadhav Cinematography: Ajai AL Additional Cinematography: Yatin Godara Editor: Nirmal Kumar Concept: Team FFVA Music: A T Ram Singer: A T Bagath Lyrics: Bunty Lakshmikanth Mixed & Mastered by: Vairavasan Lead Cast: Kushee Ravi Costume & styling: Aditi Soni, Manya Kumaria Line producer: Parthiban Mohan M Assistant Directors: Pragabhal, Guru prasad, Ali Nowroze Aerial Shots: Sujay Kumar Old bangalore footage: Department of Information & Public Relations, Karnataka government Post production head: Naman Soni Colorist: Shivesh Katewa Online editor: CG Ramesh Kumar Post House: Splice Studioz, Flash Frame Studios Post Production Assistant: Lateef Sound fx: Sekar Voice recording: Priyanka, Decibel studios #bangaloresong #musicvideo #karnataka #filmproduction #filmacademy #FFVA #flashframevisuals #nammaoorubengaluru #India #tourism #travelPosted by Flash Frame Visuals Academy of Film & Television on Friday, 26 May 2017