Director: Prakash Kovelamudi; Producer: Rana Daggubati, K. Raghavendra Rao; Cinematographer: Kiran Reddy; Editor: A. Sreekar Prasad; Cast: Master Sai Kumar, Master Siva Kumar, Naresh Eedhara, Shreya Saran, Surya, Thanikella Bharani, Dr N. Sivaprasad, J.K. Bharavi, Preethi Nigam, Chittibabu (Comedian), Viren Thambidorai, Shravani, Bhushan Kalyan, Nidhi Reddy, Roopika, Satyamma, Bhikshu, Siva Varma, Dadi Pudumjee, Pochamma, G. Kumar, Likitha Kamini, Shankar, Srinivas Choudari, Tenali Pantulu, Krishna Reddy, Nilgiri, Ajay Sastry, Subbaraju, Sriram, Yuvasri, Geetha Ratna Sri, Harish Reddy
Duration: 01:29:01; Aspect Ratio: 1.825:1; Hue: 345.380; Saturation: 0.081; Lightness: 0.254; Volume: 0.185; Cuts per Minute: 17.490
Summary: "A Belly full of Dreams" is about Ramu, a boy of 9 had a simple dream of going to school. As with everything in his life, he invested the dream in the belly of the puppet Narrator Know-it-all. Know-it-all, knowing it all, realized that the dream would lie wasted if he didn't talk about it and so began the fable of Ramu - a rag picker who carries the burden of supporting a lazy father, a sickly mother and a life not facilitating his immediate fundamental right - EDUCATION! As the narrative alternates between the puppet world and the real world, we follow Ramu in his travails, exploring both his physical and emotional journeys as he confronts a corrupt system that is threatening to destroy the Nation. Bruised and battered he struggled, but never gave up-his will so strong that it broke the universe from its slumber. The universe conspired to help and sends forth a tooth fairy; to unleash her magic, to set right a broken System and to revive the sagging Belly of the puppet Know-it-all. A magic so beautiful, that it made true the little boy's dream.