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Top 5: Horror Sits On The Top

Top 5: Horror Sits On The Top

1. Virupaksha: The movie has turned out to be a season's hit, receiving positive reviews and achieving very good collections, despite being a horror film.

The genre was well received by Sai Dharam Tej fans and led to the film's success. Its weekday performance remains to be seen, and with the summer holiday season in full swing, it remains to be seen how far the film will go.

Obviously, given its 'A' certification, the film may not attract a family audience.

2. Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan: The initial response to this Salman Khan starrer was decent, but it failed to reach the expected heights that a Salman Khan movie usually achieves during Eid.

The film's content received negative feedback, raising doubts about its future collections. The movie features a mix of Hindi and Telugu elements in terms of both its cast and setting.

This is the remake of old Tamil film Veeram which was later remade into Telugu as Katamarayudu. 

3. Dasara: The movie pulled initial success in the Naizam area, and eventually made a break even in Andhra and Ceded regions as well. However it received a lukewarm response from audiences in North India and other linguistic markets.

Nani's attempt to create a raw and unrefined film worked well at the box office. Although it cannot be considered a blockbuster hit, it stood out to be a hit. Presently, the film is still earning revenue in some centers.

4. Vidudala Part 1: Despite receiving significant acclaim, the box office collections of this film have been lackluster. This year's most remarkable movie has captivated both viewers and reviewers with its authentic style and impactful subject matter.

While it exposes the corrupt aspects of the system and sheds light on the unjust harassment of the innocent by the police, the film is being praised for its insightful contribution.

The initial reaction was favorable, and the film generated positive buzz through word of mouth, but eventually it lost its appeal at the box office. 

5. Shaakuntalam: This season's biggest letdown, this movie has garnered a unanimous thumbs down from its audience.

Despite Samantha's leading performance, Gunasekhar's directorial attempt failed to create a ripple at the box office.

The film failed to draw in viewers during its opening and received negative reviews, which further tarnished its prospects. The situation for the dubbed versions of the movie is even more dismal.


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