Sassv Ateliers, a Hyderabad-based film production house has brilliantly captured the results of the Charminar Pedestrianisation Project, envisaged by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), in its latest executed documentary film. Taking from the construction of the Iconic Charminar 400 years ago to the compelling changes been taken place in recent times was well captured in its 14.36-minute video.
Especially in the video, how the city Hyderabad took shape around the monument would be explained. The Charminar Pedestrianization Project was envisaged by the State Government in association with the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. The project was initially framed in 2006 with an investment of Rs 35 crore.
Every task throws challenges, the Charminar Pedestrianization Project was no exception from its, as it faced many hardships in getting executed, which apparently aimed to develop the monument as eco-friendly tourism, heritage destination, and traffic-free.
Focusing on the progress of the project in recent years the documentary filmed by the Sassv Ateliers Film production, allows us to reminisce how the iconic monument was the center of the development of Hyderabad City.
Despite the voice over in the documentary was not parallel to a few of the shots, the quality of the film is widely appreciable. The documentary also captured the real-life and culture that exists at Charminar and its significance. Predominantly, the diversified culture that rounds around Charminar and the uniqueness of the availability of different food and products, which widely attracts tourists from the world, by the local peddlers can be seen. The experiences of the peddlers doing businesses around the Charminar were too captured in the documentary.
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