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- Thammudu Movie
Director – PA Arun Prasad
Starring – Powerstar Pawankalyan,Preeti Jhangiani
Director – G.Ashok
Starring – Anusha
- Gharshana (2004)
Director – Shiva Nirvana
Starring – Nani, Nivetha Thomas
Telugu remake of the 2003 Tamil film Kaakha Kaakha, Gharshana (2004) starring Victory Venkatesh in the lead role is one-of-a-kind action-thriller that redefined Telugu Film Industry for the better. The clever screenplay, thrilling storyline, background score, striking music, and the stellar performances by the lead cast makes Gharshana, a movie way ahead of its time. A timeless classic!
- Ninnu Kori (2017)
Director – Shiva Nirvana
Starring – Nani, Nivetha Thomas
Starring Nani and Nivetha Thomas in the lead roles, Ninnu Kori tells a unique and a mature story of love and marital relationships in a 137-minute romantic drama. Shiva Nirvana’s splendid narration and the commendable performances from the cast accompanied by some euphonious music by Gopi Sundar makes this movie a worthy watch
- HIT (2020)
Director – Dr. Sailesh Kolanu
Starring – Vishwak Sen, Ruhani Sharma
HIT is a breathtaking movie-watching experience that is only made possible by Sailesh Kolanu’s striking writing skills, exceptional performances (especially from Vishwak Sen), and unorthodox characters. This film will continue to elevate the standards of Telugu Cinema and is an edge-of-the-seat, highly intriguing thriller that you cannot miss watching.
- Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy
Director – Surrender Reddy
Director – Konidla Ram charan
Starring – KonidalaChiranjeevi, Tamannaah and Nayanthara
Directed by Surrender Reddy. With Chiranjeevi, Amitabh Bachchan, Sudeep, Vijay Sethupathi. A historical action epic inspired by the life of Uyyalawada
- Vennela (2005)
Director – Deva Katta
Starring – Raja & Parvathi Melton
Deva Katta’s directorial debut “Vennela,” opened to mixed response from the audience, but ultimately received acclaim after a few years during its television run. The comedy, music and the candid dialogues remained as the heart and soul of the film with commendable performances from Raja and Parvathi Melton. A unique romantic comedy suitable for an easy evening watch.
- Athadu (2005)
Director – Trivikram Srinivas
Starring – Mahesh Babu, Sonu Sood
Starring Mahesh Babu in the lead role, Athadu is a trendsetter and a game-changer of Tollywood movies. It is undeniably one of the best directorial work by Trivikram Srinivas. It possesses all his strengths from the brilliantly written dialogue, wonderfully written comedy and the vital screenplay. A must watch.
Director – Anand Shankar
Starring – Vijay Deverakonda, Satyaraj
’ Vijay Deverakonda, the Southern Sensation of Tollywood, begins his journey in Tamil Cinema Industry in an exceptional way. Co-starring Satyaraj, Nassar, Sanchana Natarajan, and Mehreen Pirzada, the narrative of NOTA explores the journey of Varun getting into the shoes of a Chief Minister, and eventually his reluctant behavior and attitude allows him to stringent actions against corruption as he acts as a rubber stamp before certain events change him. – Nirmal Raj
- Evaru (2019)
Director – Venkat Ramji
Starring – Adivi Sesh & Regina Cassandra
Loosely adapted from the 2016 Spanish film The Invisible Guest, Evaru is yet another suspense-thriller from Adivi Sesh similar to his 2016 film, Kshanam. Contrary to the original version, Venkat Ramji does a good job in mixing up things as he took the basic elements from the source material and made the narrative his own. Commendable performances from Regina and Sesh complement the complex narrative and the film will keep you guessing and entertained for the most part. However, if you even watched it’s Hindi version, Badla starring Taapsee Pannu and Amitabh Bachchan you might find this film predictable, but, it’s still worth giving it a shot.
- AARYA (2004)
Director – Sukumar
Starring – Allu Arjun & Anuradha Mehta
Arya is a 2004 Indian Telugu-language romantic action film which was released on 7 May 2004. The film was directed by debutant Sukumar starring Allu Arjun, Anu Mehta, and Siva Balaji in lead roles. Upon release, the film was declared a Blockbuster.
- Arjun Reddy (2017)
Director Sandeep Reddy Vanga
Cast – Vijay Deverakonda and Shalini Pandey
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: I remember the day its trailer was released, Arjun Reddy had created quite a stir. In a film industry that loves glorifying its heroes and objectifying its heroines, through its masala potboilers and wafer thin plots, this was a shocker. And yes, the movie was certainly worth the hype! Arjun Reddy is definitely a leap towards a new wave of telugu cinema, which is real and massy. – Anurag Rao
- Chitralahari (2019)
Director – Kishore Tirumala
Cast – Sai Tej, Kalyani Priyadarshan
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: With a new spin on an exciting storyline, Chitralahari is one of the decently successful films from Tollywood in 2019. The film received a huge response and appreciation from the audience with many commending the film’s vital message, performances from the cast and the director’s execution and his skill to produce a highly enthralling film.
- Rangasthalam (2018)
Director – Sukumar
Starring – Ram Charan Tej, Samantha Akkineni
[This movie is also featured in our ‘Best Movies of Samantha’ list]
The highest-grossing and the most successful Tollywood film of 2018, Rangasthalam, directed by Sukumar and starring Ram Charan Tej and Samantha Akkineni in the lead roles deserves all the success it received all throughout last year mainly because of the regional vibe that it imported to the silver screen. The profoundly-written screenplay, the deeper meaning behind certain scenes complimented the commercial aspects of the film like the revenge-driven storyline, custom-written music, action sequences and the bombastic performances from the entire cast. This movie is the perfect example of a commercial film, and the audience responded to it accordingly.
- Maharshi (2019)
Director – Vamshi Paidipally
Starring – Mahesh Babu, Allari Naresh
Maharshi is a typical Mahesh Babu film with a social message narrated in a commercial way which will strictly appeal to his hardcore fan base and the general family audience. Regardless of the negatives, this is a partly entertaining movie to watch and leave the theater with a head full of thoughts.
- Brochevaruevaru Ra (2019)
Director – Vivek Athreya
Starring – Sree Vishnu, Nivetha Thomas
[This movie is also featured in our ‘Best Tollywood Movies of 2019‘ list]
Vivek Athreya’s Brochevarevaru Ra is the perfect example of what Tollywood has been missing over the past few years. A black comedy starring Sree Vishnu and Nivetha Thomas in the lead roles, the film’s plot cruises through its runtime when a series of things lead to dreadful consequences in a fast-paced no-nonsense laugh riot. Athreya’s ability to tell an unorthodox story in the most entertaining and comedic way possible has to be appreciated. Along with the terrific performances from the entire cast and Vivek Sagar’s magnificent music composition. Brochevarevaru Ra further proves the point that the era of commercial movies is long gone and good experimental movies are here to stay.
- Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya (2019)
Director – Swaroop RSJ
Starring – Naveen Polishetty, Shruti Sharma
Language – Telugu
- Majili (2019)
Director – Shiva Nirvana
Starring – Naga Chaitanya, Samantha Akkineni
Directed by Shiva Nirvana (Ninnu Kori fame), Majili marks as the fourth collaboration between the real-life couple, Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Akkineni. While this film suffers through the entire first half, the second half picks up the pace and beautifully recounts an emotional narrative which is warm, heartfelt and genuine. If not for the predictable commencement this film could’ve been a much better product and stand out as the best.
- Yatra (2019)
Director – Mahi V. Raghav
Cast – Mammootty
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: Directed by Mahi V. Raghav, Yatra stars the Mollywood legend, Mammootty in the lead role. The narrative recounts the real-life events of Late. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy’s (former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh) celebrated political campaign called the Padayatra (Journey by Foot). Cherished for its splendid narrative style, well-paced screenplay, tear-jerking scenes and likeable performances. From the entire cast, especially Mammootty, Yatra is emotionally riveting and feels less like a Indian propaganda compared to the recent campaign-driven films.
- F2 (2019)
Director – Anil Ravipudi
Cast – Venkatesh, Varun Tej
- Antariksham 9000KMPH (2018)
Director – Sankalp Reddy
Cast – Varun Tej, Aditi Rao Hydari
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: Released at the back end of the year 2018, Antariksham 9000 KMPH is Tollywood and Director Sankalp Reddy’s courageous attempt to diversify and tell great stories. Furthermore, in different genres which are left unexplored. Although the film has its flaws, it still dispenses the plot with riveting and emotional moments and constructs an entertaining two-hour nail-biter worth watching on the big screen.
- Goodachari (2018)
Director – Sashi Kiran Tikka
Cast – Adivi Sesh, Jagapathi Babu
Re-inventing one of the forgotten genres in Tollywood, Goodachari is the best Tollywood film of 2018 and all credit goes to Adivi Sesh and his incredible team of new and upcoming artists. Giving the utmost significance to the core aspects of the film which are the storyline and the screenplay. Screenwriters Sashi Kiran Tikka, Rahul Pakala and Adivi Sesh did a magnificent job interweaving entertaining attributes like plot twists, action set pieces and produced a two-hour-twenty-minute riveting thriller. Films like Kshanam, Goodachari are shedding new light on a wide variety of ignored genres, and it’s the perfect time to be a Telugu movie fan.
- Mahanati (2018)
Director – Nag Ashwin
Cast – Keerthy Suresh, Dulquer Salmaan
Celebrated as the biopic of India’s First Female Superstar Savitri Garu, Mahanati is an incredible, emotional, thoughtful and a well-illustrated biopic of one of the most beloved actresses of South Indian Cinema. And this film did the best it could to display her love for humanity, acting, and movies. Without a doubt, one of the best Indian films of the year.
- Appatlo Okadundevadu (2017)
Director – Sagar Chandra
Starring – Sree Vishnu, Nara Rohit
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: Inspired by true events of the 1990s, Sagar Chandra’s sports-based crime drama tells the story of an aspiring cricketer turned factionist (Sree Vishnu) who seeks revenge against a corrupt cop played by Nara Rohit. Consistent with its fresh, unorthodox storyline, commendable performances from the two male leads and a sumptuous climax, Appatlo Okadundevadu is a must watch.
- Ghazi (2017)
Director – Sankalp Reddy
Starring – Rana Dagubatti, Kay Kay Menon
Sankalp’s Ghazi starring Rana Dagubatti in the lead role is loosely based on the mysterious sinking of PNS Ghazi during Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. What makes this movie special is the unorthodox script and the riveting screenplay that accompanies it. The edge-of-the-seat war sequences, commendable performances from the cast, especially, Kay Kay Menon makes Ghazi one of the very few war films that takes the concept seriously.
- Oohalu Gusagusalade (2014)
Director – Srinivas Avasarala
Starring – Naga Shaurya, Rashi Khanna
The directorial debut of the well-known supporting actor – Srinivas Avasarala, Oohalu Gusagusalade is the textbook example of a sweet and a simple love story with the characters as it’s main strength. The well-written dialogue, delightful comedic scenes and romantic moments which last an impression drive this movie to the finish line. And is one of the most uncomplicated rom-com in recent times.
- Mithunam (2012)
Director – Tanikella Bharani
Starring – S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and Lakshmi
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: A simple movie that relies on character interactions and the remarkable performances by the lead actors, Mithunam is just the type of film your whole family would love to watch. The innocent-yet-funny dialogue, the adorable love scenes between an elderly couple not only warm your heart but, also keep you engaged for the entire runtime.
- Ala Modalaindi (2011)
Director – B. V. Nandini Reddy
Starring – Nani and Nitya Menen
Nandini Reddy’s Ala Modalaindhi is yet another love story that appeals you with its charm and the terrific chemistry between the lead pair. The narrative keeps moving and despite a few problems here and there. And this film keeps you entertained with the comedic sequences and the fun vibe. A must watch, especially for Nani and Nitya Menen who stole the entire show.
- Bheemili Kabaddi Jattu (2010)
Director – Tatineni Satya
Starring – Nani and Saranya Mohan
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: Similar to his 2019 critically acclaimed drama – Jersey, Bheemili Kabaddi Jattu also deals with a narrative based on sports, but, is completely different when it comes to the storyline. The simple vibe, the heartbreaking love story and Nani’s terrific performance makes this film one of the best of this decade and remains close to everyone’s heart for a wide variety of reasons.
- Ye Maaya Chesave (2010)
Director – Gautam Vasudev Menon
Starring – Naga Chaitanya and Samantha
Ye Maaya Chesave is a memorable film and holds a special place in the Telugu audience’s hearts as the iconic pair Karthik and Jessie gave relationship goals for every young couple back in 2010. The storyline, the characters, breathtaking locations, Rahman’s soulful music and GVM’s remarkable direction made YVM one of the best films of last decade.
- Amma Chepindhi (2006)
Director – Gangaraju Gunnam
Starring – Sharwanand, Sriya Reddy
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: Gangaraju Gunnam’s Amma Chepindhi is also one of the most underrated Telugu films and only received its deserved respect and recognition once it premiered on television. Sharwanand’s performance and his heartwarming relationship with Suhasini who plays his mother in the movie make this film special for all the right reasons. A must watch, especially if you’re into unconventional films with a social message.
- Anukokunda Oka Roju (2005)
Director – Chandra Sekhar Yeleti
Starring – Charmme Kaur and Jagapathi Babu
A movie much ahead of its time, Anukokunda Oka Roju bases its narrative on an independent woman who unfortunately gets stuck in a situation with a cult. The riveting story and screenplay by Chandra Sekhar Yeleti, magnificent performances by the lead actors. Especially, Charmme Kaur and Jagapathi Babu, Anukokunda Oka Roju is a must-watch and will keep you engaged.
- Little Soldiers (1996)
Director – Gangaraju Gunnam
Starring – Various
Best Telugu Movies on Amazon Prime: Little Soldiers remains as a classic for many positive reasons. Be it the euphonious soundtrack, the adorable performances and the emotional moments make this film memorable as it also has that re-watchability factor. The film we loved watching as a kid as it is a special one from the director Gunnam Gangaraju.
- Kshana Kshanam (1991)
Director – Ram Gopal Varma
Starring – Venkatesh and Sridevi
A classic from Ram Gopal Varma, Kshana Kshanam stars Venkatesh and Sridevi in the lead roles. And the storyline revolves around a road trip the lead couple takes under strange circumstances. The intriguing screenplay by RGV and also his immaculate directorial work makes this movie one of the early gems that took a risk and benefited with an exciting plot and many other aspects.
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