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Did we simply observe a watershed year where content overshadowed star control? A couple ofmovies in the initial segment of 2018 made a considerable lot of us devoted trackers of Telugufilm. Not long after a major star-driven film that depended on a slender storyline and lethargicportrayal failed in January, trust came as littler movies like Chalo, Tholiprema and Awe. The lastone, specifically, was a daring move.
At that point came the first-class Rangasthalam through which executive Sukumardemonstrated another, crude side to stars like Ram Charan and Samantha in an abrasive, ruralstory set during the 80s. As 2018 attracts to a nearby with a more up to date executive SankalpReddy displaying the space spine chiller Antariksham (it misses the mark, yet was a brilliantendeavour), we trust 2019 will see Telugu film grasping the new wave, alongside the hugespending plan biopics and historicals that have been arranged.
Meanwhile here are the 2 banging movies you shouldn’t miss:
 MAHANATI
The word feisty wouldn't be sufficient to portray 'mahanati' Savitri. She was innocent in graspingthe great minute’s life gave her, unafraid to live on her terms, was liberal and furthermore rash,suffocating in a mess from which there was no chance to get out.
 BHARAT ANE NENU
Bharat Ane Nenu merits an approval for its all around considered plot and nuanced characters.Keeping us snared to the account are Mahesh Babu, joined by Prakash Raj in another winsomeand complex job, Rahul Ramakrishna, Rao Ramesh, Brahmaji and Kiara Advani among others.Give them a watch and let yourself explore more!
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