Director G Nageshwara Reddy is known for making decent comedy movie. Though he hasn't made a single movie that offered something new, he succeeded in delivering fairly entertaining movies.
Director Veerabhadram who directed comedy movies like 'Aha Na Pellanta' and 'Poolarangadu' has lost the craze with the disastrous 'Bhai' starring Nagarjuna.
Sai Dharam Tej has delivered back to back hits recently. Hence his new movie "Thikka" has generated good buzz.
Venkatesh who is in his 50's wanted to slow down and took nearly a year's gap before signing Maruthi’s 'Babu Bangaram'. So it raised curiosity that the story must be special that he did this after a brief sabbatical.
Chandrasekhar Yeleti has created a mark of his own with offbeat movies – "Aithey", "Anukokunda Oka Roju", "Saahasam".
Producer Allu Aravind's younger son Allu Sirish didn't impress anyone with his first two movies "Gouravam" and "Kotha Janta" though the latter was a hit. He took a gap and went for a makeover.
Prashanth (Vijay) is aimless in life. His father arranges a pelli choopulu for him and he agrees to meet Chitra (Ritu). On the day of the pelli choopulu, Prashanth, Chitra and a small boy are stranded in a room where they were asked to talk to each other.
Sunil who used to deliver good comedy hits is going through bad phase as his movies have become too routine. He didn't do comedy in those movies.
Who are you gonna call?....goes the anthemic Ghostbusters song which we grew up on. Many times, while watching in reverberent repulsion, this rib-heckling franchise-buster I wondered the same.
There is no bigger star than Rajinikanth in South India. He has craze that no hero can enjoy in India. Hence every movie that he does create huge euphoria. Yet, the buzz that ‘Kabali’ has created for the past few months has no parallel.
These days, Allari Naresh is not in good form as he veered away from doing out and out comedy movies. “James Bond”, his earlier movie had some good comedy and the film turned out to be an average grosser.
Nope, you can’t touch this. Salman Khan’s superstardom is beyond the precincts of rationale or logic. To his credit, he is now finally surrendering to his characters.
After "Bhale Bhale Magadivoy", director Maruthi has joined the league of bankable directors. Since he has given the story to "Rojulu Marayi" and top producer Dil Raju presented the film, the movie has created some buzz.
How the hell did we get into this mess? A disaster film so disastrous in its plotting and execution is hard to find. God knows, 2016 is the year of nemesis for Hollywood’s visual spectacles.