Clip from Allu Arjun’s “I Am That Change” makes rounds on Twitter as Independence Day closes in

A clip from a 7-year-old short film that featured the South star, Allu Arjun is making rounds on Twitter as Independence Day nears. Allu Arjun himself produced this 3-minute short film titled, “I Am That Change”. 

The 3-miute short film tried to share a message about adopting change in oneself to address pressing issues of the society. The film lays down four different scenarios in the life of four different characters. The first character is a small child who throws a soft drink on the roadside after drinking. The second character is a school student who faces the option to cheat in her exam. The third character is a traffic police who is offered bribe by a driver facing challan. The fourth character, Allu Arjun himself, tries to surpass a celebrity event without having himself security checked like any normal person. 

The story climaxes as the characters faces a realization whether to continue their deeds. Their actions facilitated environment pollution, cheating, corruption and biasness. After having a moment of self-realization, all the characters decides to not go ahead or undo their respective deeds. The story ends with each of them saying “I am that change”. 

As Independence Day 2022, is drawing by, we are once again reminded that our nation and the world has still a lot of pressing issues to be solved. Thus, this video expects the audience to inculcate deeds of change in themselves to set grounds for a better tomorrow. 

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