In a new addition to its increasing list of cultural spaces, Hyderabad has got its newest one- Aaromale! The place is named after the hit song of AR Rahman, ‘Aaromale’ from the film ‘Ye Maya Chesave.’
‘Aaromale’ is filled to brim with old world charm and is apt for cultural and creative activities and is located in Film Nagar, Jubilee Hills.
Anvesh Alluri, who is the founder of this creative heaven, is reportedly a huge fan of ‘Mozart of Chennai’ A R Rahman. He had also worked in filmmaker Gautham Vasudev Menon’s unit during the shoot of the above stated blockbuster film. He, keenly, is busy giving final touches to Aaromale.
The building is reportedly 20-year-old and was earlier inhabited by Byreddy Rajasekhar Reddy, the political leader who had formed ‘Rayalaseema Parirakshana. Reddy’s family deserted the house towards the second half of 2018. Anvesh was a resident in the same neighbourhood saw it as a wonderful place for creative folks.
Aaromale is funded by Anvesh and his three friends.