Jagapathi Babu is all set to produce two new films under Jagapathi Cinema banner, in association with his newly launched talent portal ClickCineCart, a one stop hub for aspiring filmmakers. “There's no denying movie industry is built on beauty, talent and connections. But if you have talent and have no connection–there are still ways to break in. Our venture CCC (Clikcinecart.com) is designed to solve this problem," says Jagapathi Babu.
Elucidating his plans to find new talent through the digital medium, the actor stated, “We have created the simplest way to realize ones tinsel dream, it breaks all the barriers to break into the movie industry. All one need to do is to register their profile and needs with www.clikcinecart.com. The registration and the subscription are free."
Now, within few weeks of launching the portal, the actor has announced his plans to make two films with the talent – actors, technicians, and directors, that he's going to pick through this online portal. According to an official statement from the actor, Clickcinecart, which currently operates and based from Hyderabad will soon open offices in United States of America and UK. It will provide online talent management services for aspiring film makers, from finding talent, positioning, project packaging, and will also advise on film sales, distribution and promotion according to their budget.
“We are witnessing the emergence of a New Telugu Cinema with a string of movies creating box office waves. 'Jagapathi Cinema' mission will be to nurture and support the pioneering talents who are redefining creative content both in regional cinema and beyond. There is hunger for fresh talent and experimental content in the region and that's what we want to offer to the world of Cinema," Jagapathi Babu said.
Currently, the actor is busy shooting for two of his upcoming films in Tamil and Malayalam, and in Telugu, he has already emerged as one of the busiest actors in the industry. All in all, it does seem like Jagapathi Babu is making the most of his new innings in the film industry.