Within a year gap, Naga Shourya has made his presence felt in Tollywood with movies like 'Chandamama Kathalu', Oohalu Gusa Gusalade, and 'Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya'.
When two of the biggest producers of Tollywood team up to produce a small film, the movie is bound to raise expectations.
Chanti (Naga Anvesh) is a good for nothing guy in a village and he also acts innocent. He passes time with a bunch of his friends.
'Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini' is a remake of Kannada film 'Charminar'. R Chandru, who directed the original film, has directed the Telugu film as well.
Jyothi Lakshmi, the dancer who was popular along with her sister Jayamalini was the item girl and vamp of the '60s and '70s. She was also seen in a lot of action films of her time, though mostly B and C grade films.
A big film has it all, but a small film needs time to sink into audiences' minds. Apart from heavy-duty action films and romantic films, another genre that sells is youth films.
The film based on teenage love story was a big hit in Marathi and it has been remade in Telugu by Prasad Productions. The film is the debut film of Puri Jagannadh's son.
Nara Rohit has been trying to do something different since his first film Banam, but he hasn’t been having much success.
The Telugu remake of Masss hits the screen as Rakshasudu today. Well, after being inundated with comedy horror stories, this is one different attempt.
Ram returns after a long time with Pandaga Chesko. Well, the one dialogue that almost created a controversy of sorts has surely generated quite a bit of curiosity.
Crime, action, horror… for 365 Days, this was Varma’s selling point. While it is surely a subject that one will not expect from Varma at this point in time, it is still surprising that he did choose to make a film on such a topic.
Last time around, the first episode between Tanuja Trivedi and Manoj Sharma ended on the classic happily ever after note. Meanwhile, Tanu or Kangana Ranaut went on to bag national award and Madhavan hasn't done very many films.
The title was once a huge superhit of Krishna and now his son-in-law acts in a film that has the same title.
The countdown has begun and it is just another film before Balayya hits a century. Last summer, he had a sensational hit at the box office with Legend.
Some movies are made to entertain the audiences and some are made to entertain and give a message to the audiences. Now, this latest offering from Ramoji Rao and Krish is an effort in the second category.