After a long gap, Kamal Haasan has shot his movie in both Telugu and Tamil languages simultaneously to give the original feel to the Telugu audiences.
Leading director Sukumar turning producer to make concept based movies with upcoming talent was welcomed by all in the movie industry. His first movie Kumari 21F starring Raj Tharun who has given two hits in a row has generated great expectations.
In the recent times, one movie that created huge hype and raised high expectations is Akhil Akkineni's debut movie Akhil.
Director Raj Kiran who successfully made Geetanjali with heroine Anjali last year has teamed up with Colors Swathi and this has evoked interest.
After delivering a surprise hit at the box office Pataas, Kalyan Ram has managed to generate interest even among general audiences. Of course, Pataas was a revelation that he was good at comedy.
Treated like a fantasy film with a back-drop of an ostentatious Indian wedding, Vikas Bahl's 'Shaandaar' is actually the story of a father-daughter bonding.
Offbeat movies like Gamyam and Vedam made director Krish popular among movie lovers. He teaming up with Varun Tej, Naga Babuís son, has raised expectations and the trailers have further upped the curiosity.
Not just the combination of Ram Charan and Sreenu Vaitla, megastar Chiranjeevi returning to movies after six years in a brief role has raised many expectations on Bruce Lee The Fighter.
Rudramadevi, Indiaís first historical stereoscopic 3D film, had been creating buzz over the last two years as it is a movie about a warrior queen we all have read in our history books and also part of our Telugu culture.
The latest fantasy film to hit the screens is Vijay-starrer Puli. In keeping with the present trend of socio-fanstasy/ adventure films, the film has been released in multiple languages.
Soon after the success of Gunde Jaari Gallanthaindhe, Nithin had launched a movie introducing Srinivasa Reddy. After the opening ceremony, the film didn't take off and eventually Ram agreed to do the movie.
The bigger the film doesn't always mean the greater it is, and there can't be a better example of this than Vijay's big-budget fantasy drama Puli, which isn't a bad film, but worse.
"Singh is Bliing". Indeed it is. The film is flashy, colourful and ostentatious from word go. But that's all there is to it. There is not much of a story anywhere.
While Madhur Bhandarkar tries washing away the grease paint off the glamour industry, he desperately seems to be recycling the content from his previous films, thus offering nothing new to his audience.
Harish Shankar, a director with his own distinct style in making mass entertainers, has blockbusters like 'Gabbar Singh' to his credit.