Did You Know About The Nameless South Indian Movie Released In 2010? We Didn’t Either.

I recently went to watch the latest in the series for Captain America, Civil War and I was almost not disappointed. The movie lived up to its name and the “civil war” was actually there. So it’s only obvious that a movie’s name plays a major role to promote it, for people understand it, and like it.

Now imagine a movie without a name? How would you know what to call it? Well, in 2010, Kannada actor and director released a nameless movie and this is how its poster looked like:

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Weird, right?

 

Upendra had initially wanted the audience to name the movie and he speculated that the hand symbol could mean either zero, three, the symbol for Om, or Vitarka Mudrā. But audience decided to go for Super and that name stuck.

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But you know what is weirder? That the ‘namelessness’ of the movie is not the only quirky part about it. Take for instance Upendra’s hair

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In the credits,the cameraman was mentioned as Kya Maara Man, Producer as Fraud User, and for the directed by part, this is what they had to show:

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The movie’s direction, screenplay writing and acting, all was done by Upendra himself.

 

Now that is truly, a Super movie. Don’t you think?

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