Ravi Teja, the mass maharaja for Telugu audiences and Surender Reddy who has given the highly entertaining Race Gurram, come together once again after six years for Kick 2.
2013 super hit movie Uyyala Jampala made debutants Raj Tarun and Avika Gor very popular among the youth. While Avika Gor went on to do more movies, Raj Tarun waited for the second chance.
A purely fiction fantasy, 'Bangistan' is a flimsy, sardonic film which may have been crafted with good intentions, but is poorly executed.
Mahesh Babu, one of the biggest superstars in South India, has come up with his latest movie, Srimanthudu. Despite his recent movies not performing well at the ticket counter, this movie carries huge expectations as the trailers and songs have become popular.
The second part of 'Mantra', one of the biggest hits in Charmee's career, is here. 'Mantra 2' is neither a sequel to the movie that released seven years ago, nor is it made by the original makers.
After impressing Telugu audiences with Thupaki, Tamil superstar Vijay is back with Jilla. This is dubbed version of his Tamil film by the same name and it also stars Kajal Agarwal and Mohan Lal.
Allari Naresh's career is floundering. So he has come back to his roots - doing out and out comedy with 'James Bond', a film made by A K Entertainments Banner that earlier made a hit with Naresh.
Eid time is when Salman Khan fans have a double dhamaka. Almost every year, Salman Khan has a release lined up for release and this year, he comes as Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
Never in the history of Telugu cinema was a film made with such budget nor did any Telugu movie create such a buzz in the national and international media.
'Basthi' caught everyone's attention as the movie is debut vehicle of senior actress Jayasudha's son Shreyaan and the movie's audio launch was held in big manner.
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.