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  1. Arya 2

    Arya 2 (2009)


    Arya 2Teluguఆర్య-2, Ārya-2) is a 2009 Telugu action comedy romance film directed by Sukumar, and is a follow-up to the actor's and the director's previous successful film, Arya. Allu Arjun and Kajal Aggarwal play the lead roles while Navdeep and Shraddha Das play supporting roles Sukumar, who directed the original, directed this film as well. The film's music is by Devi Sri Prasad. Aditya Babu and Bhogavalli Prasad produced the film under the Aditya Arts banner. The film was dubbed in Malayalam, Tamil and Oriya with the same title and became a blockbuster in Kerala. Some scenes were recreated with Malayali-based scenes for this. Allu Arjun gained huge fan base in Kerala through this film. This is a stand-alone sequel to the 2004 Telugu film Arya. The film was dubbed in Hindi as Arya: Ek Deewana and it fully used the shot-ready scenes from the Telugu movie. Arya 2 collected a Share of 30 crore (US$4.4 million) in 100 Days.Its Pre-release revenue's fetched an additional 7 crore (US$1.0 million). The film was remade in Bengali as Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay.

  2. Julayi

    Julayi (2012)


    Julayi (English Translation: Vagabond) also alternatively spelled as Julai is a 2012 Telugu action comedy film written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas. The film stars Allu Arjun, Ileana D'Cruz and Rajendra Prasad in lead roles. The film was produced by S. Radha Krishna under Haarika & Hassine Creations banner and was presented by DVV Danayya. The soundtrack was composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film was released worldwide on over 1600 screens on 9 August 2012. The film was dubbed in Malayalam as Gajapokkiri and was released on 17 August 2012. It was also dubbed in Hindi as Dangerous Khiladi. The film is being remade in Tamil titled as Saahasam.

  3. Malliswari

    Malliswari (2004)


    Malliswari (The Princess) is a Telugu romantic comedy film produced by D.Suresh Babu on Suresh Productions banner, directed by K. Vijaya Bhaskar. Starring Venkatesh, Katrina Kaif in lead roles and music composed by Koti, written by Trivikram Srinivas The film was later dubbed into Malayalam as Malliswari, the Princess.

  4. Magadheera

    Magadheera (2009)


    Magadheera (English: Great Warrior) is a 2009 Indian Telugu historical fiction film, written by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad and directed by S. S. Rajamouli. Based on the theme of reincarnation, the film was produced by Allu Aravind of Geetha Arts. The film stars Ram Charan and Kajal Aggarwal, while Dev Gill and Srihari appear in prominent roles. The plot revolves around four people: a valiant warrior in charge of the princess' safety; the princess who loves him; her cousin who lusts after her; and an emperor who wants to conquer their kingdom. They all die before their wishes are fulfilled and are reborn after 400 years, at which point the warrior kills the scheming cousin with the support of the reformed emperor and wins over the princess.

  5. Munna

    Munna (2007)


    Munna is a 2007 Tollywood action film directed by Vamsi Paidipally and produced by Dil Raju. The film starred Prabhas and Ileana D'Cruz in the lead roles, with Prakash Raj, Kota Srinivasa Rao and Rahul Dev in other important roles. The film was postponed several times due to excessive post-production. The film released on 27 April 2007. The film was dubbed in Hindi as Bagawat - Ek Jung and in Tamil as Vetri Thirumagan. Later this film was remade in Bangladesh named Amar Challenge starring Shakib Khan and Shahara.

  6. Peda Rayudu

    Peda Rayudu (1995)


    Pedarayudu is a 1995 Telugu, action family drama film directed by the Ravi Raja Pinisetty and starring Mohan Babu. The film had Mohan Babu playing double roles. Tamil super star Rajinikanth appeared in a guest role and he did this role freely for his friend Mohanbabu. Soundarya also starred in the film. For his role, Mohan Babu won Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu). This film is a Remake of 1994 Tamil film, Nattamai which starred Sarath Kumar, Meena and Kushboo in lead Roles. It was an industry hit then with record collections.

  7. Khatarnak

    Khatarnak (2006)


    Khatarnak (Telugu: ఖతర్నాక్) is a Telugu film directed by choreographer-turned-director Amma Rajasekhar. Ravi Teja and Ileana D'Cruz play the lead roles. B. V. S. N. Prasad has produced this film. This film released on 14 December 2006. This film was dubbed in Hindi as Main Hoon Khatarnak. This film has a lot of resemblance with south-Korean movie Mr. Socrates which was released in November 2005.

  8. Khaleja

    Khaleja (2010)


    Khaleja (alternatively titled Mahesh Khaleja) is a 2010 Telugu action comedy film starring Mahesh Babu and Anushka Shetty directed by Trivikram Srinivas. It is the second collaboration between Mahesh Babu and Trivikram. Singanamala Ramesh and C Kalyan produced the film as a Kanaka Ratna Movies production. Mahesh Babu plays the role of a cab driver in the film, while Prakash Raj plays the lead antagonist.

  9. Pokiri

    Pokiri (2006)


    Pokiri (English: Rogue) is a 2006 Indian Telugu action film, written and directed by Puri Jagannadh. The film was produced by Jagannadh and Manjula Ghattamaneni by their respective production companies Vaishno Academy and Indira Productions. The film stars Mahesh Babu and Ileana D'Cruz; Prakash Raj, Nassar and Sayaji Shinde appear in prominent roles. The plot revolves around the life of an undercover police officer, Krishna Manohar, who infiltrates a mafia gang headed by a Dubai-based don Ali Bhai, under the pseudonym Pandu.

  10. Darling

    Darling (2010)


    Darling is a 2010 Indian Telugu-language family drama film, directed by A. Karunakaran. The film stars Prabhas and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles while Tamil actor Prabhu plays a key role. The music is composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar. The film was released on 23 April 2010 and has received positive reviews from both critics and the audience. The film was a commercial success at the box office. It was later dubbed in Hindi under the title Sabse Badhkar Hum It was remade into Kannada as Bulbul. and in Bengali as Darling.

  11. Athidhi

    Athidhi (2007)


    Athidhi or Atithi (English: Guest) is a 2007 Telugu action thriller film starring Mahesh Babu and Amrita Rao, directed by Surender Reddy and produced by G. Ramesh Babu, brother of Mahesh Babu, under their banner Krishna Pictures Private Limited. It was released on 18 October 2007. It was dubbed into Tamil as Thani Kaattu Raja, and into Hindi as International Khiladi:The Iron Man. Athidi was released with 500 prints in 820 theaters all over the world. Athidi collected a share of 28 crore (US$4.1 million) in its lifetime. Athidi finished 35 days in 400 centres successfully. It grossed 35 crore (US$5.2 million) in four weeks. It is being remade in Bengali as Royal with Hiran and Sayantika Banerjee.

  12. Billa

    Billa (2009)


    Billa (Telugu: బిల్లా) is a 2009 Telugu gangster-thriller film film directed by Meher Ramesh, a remake of the 2007 Tamil Film of the same name. But some scenes were changed to suit the Telugu audience. It also drew inspirations from the NTR-starring Telugu film, Yugandhar (1979) which drew inspirations from Amitabh Bachchan's Hindi film titled Don and one of Rajinikanth's 1980 Tamil film with the same title. Prabhas Raju Uppalapati plays the lead role, where he plays dual roles of the characters Billa and Swami Ranga, with Anushka Shetty and Namitha playing the heroines. The film, which began in October 2008, released in April 2009. Actress Jayasudha, who had earlier starred in Yugandhar (1979) as Jaya, the first Telugu remake of Don, has a guest role as Janaki in this film. The film recorded as Hit at the box office.

  13. Once Upon a Warrior

    Once Upon a Warrior (2011)


    Anaganaga O Dheerudu (English: Once Upon a Warrior) is a 2011 Indian Telugu fantasy-adventure film directed by debutant Prakash Kovelamudi in his first mainstream film. Co-produced by Disney World Cinema with veteran director K. Raghavendra Rao at a budget of 270 million, it stars Siddharth, Shruti Haasan, in her Telugu debut, and Harshita as protagonists with Lakshmi Manchu making her debut in a negative role. The film features musical score by Salim-Sulaiman, an ensemble soundtrack by Salim-Sulaiman, M. M. Keeravani, Koti and Mickey J Meyer, while cinematography and editing are handled by Soundar Rajan and Sravan Katikaneni, respectively. Prasad Devineni of Arka Media Works is the Line producer of the movie.

  14. Brindaavanam

    Brindaavanam (2010)


    Brindavanam is a 2010 Telugu romantic comedy film starring N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Kajal Aggarwal and Samantha in the lead roles while actors Kota Srinivasa Rao, Prakash Raj and Srihari play other pivotal roles. The film was produced by Dil Raju on Sri Venkateswara Creations banner. It was written by Koratala Siva and directed by Vamsi Paidipally, who directed Munna, also produced by Dil Raju. S. Thaman composed the music while Chota K. Naidu and Marthand K. Venkatesh handled the cinematography and editing of the film respectively. A. S. Prakash and Anand Sai were the art directors of the film while Ram Lakshman composed the stunt and fight sequences of the film.

  15. Sahasa Veerudu Sagara Kanya

    Sahasa Veerudu Sagara Kanya (1996)


    Sahasa Veerudu Sagara Kanya (English: Adventurous Hero and a Mermaid) is a 1996 Tollywood film produced by Buragapalli Sivarama Krishna on Sri Venkateswara Art Films banner, directed by K. Raghavendra Rao. Starring Venkatesh, Shilpa Shetty, Malashree and music is composed by M. M. Keeravani. The film recorded as Hit at box-office. It was dubbed into Hindi and Tamil languages. Hindi version was titled Sagar Kanya. The movie is loosely based on the Hollywood film Splash.

  16. Yamadonga

    Yamadonga (2007)


    Yamadonga (English: Thief Yama) is a 2007 Telugu fantasy comedy film directed by S.S. Rajamouli and produced by Urmila Gangaraju and P. Chiranjeevi. The film stars Mohan Babu, Jr. NTR, Priyamani and Mamta Mohandas in the lead roles. The film released worldwide on 15 August 2007. Upon release, the film was a critical and box office success. It was also dubbed into Hindi as Lok Parlok. The storyline of the movie was inspired from the movies Yamagola and Yamudiki Mogudu.

  17. Pardesi

    Pardesi (1953)


    Paradesi in Telugu or Poongothai in Tamil is a 1953 bi-lingual film directed by L. V. Prasad. A remake of the 1950 Hindi film Raj Rani, Paradesi was jointly produced by Anjali Devi and her husband P. Adinarayana Rao under the newly formed banner "Anjali Pictures". The film starred Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Anjali Devi in the lead. It launched the career of Sivaji Ganesan, who along with S. V. Ranga Rao, Pandari Bai and Vasantha played a prominent role. The film deals with incest relationship.

  18. Chatrapathi

    Chatrapathi (2005)


    Chhatrapati is a 2005 Action drama Telugu film written and directed by S. S. Rajamouli. Prabhas plays the lead role and Shriya Saran, Bhanupriya, and Pradeep Rawat appear in other roles. The film released on 29 September 2005 and was dubbed into Malayalam and Hindi as Chhatrapati and Hukumat Ki Jung. It is loosely based on the Hollywood film Scarface. The film was remade in Kannada with the name Chhatrapati with Siddhanth and Priyadarshini in lead roles and in Bengali as Refugee.

  19. Poongothai

    Poongothai (1953)


    Paradesi in Telugu or Poongothai in Tamil is a 1953 bi-lingual film directed by L. V. Prasad. A remake of the 1950 Hindi film Raj Rani, Paradesi was jointly produced by Anjali Devi and her husband P. Adinarayana Rao under the newly formed banner "Anjali Pictures". The film starred Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Anjali Devi in the lead. It launched the career of Sivaji Ganesan, who along with S. V. Ranga Rao, Pandari Bai and Vasantha played a prominent role. The film deals with incest relationship.

  20. Tholi Prema

    Tholi Prema (1998)


    Tholi Prema (English: First Love) is a 1998 Telugu, musical romance film written and directed by A. Karunakaran. Starring Pawan Kalyan, Keerthi Reddy in the lead roles and music composed by Deva. The blockbuster film has bagged the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu, and the Nandi Award for Best Feature Film for that year. The film was later remade in Hindi as Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai starring Tusshar Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor and in Kannada as Preethsu Thappenilla with V. Ravichandran. It was dubbed in Tamil as Aanandha Mazhai.

  21. Nagavalli

    Nagavalli (2010)


    Nagavalli is a 2010 Telugu horror comedy film produced by Bellamkonda Suresh on Sri Sai Ganesh Productions banner, directed by P. Vasu. Starring Venkatesh, Anushka Shetty, Richa Gangopadhyay, Shraddha Das, Poonam Kaur and Kamalinee Mukherjee in lead roles and music composed by Gurukiran.

  22. Arundhati

    Arundhati (2009)


    Arundhati (Telugu: అరుంధతి) is a 2009 Telugu, fantasy-horror film written and directed by Kodi Ramakrishna, starring Anushka and Sonu Sood in the lead. The film was released on 16 January 2009 to positive reviews and emerged as a commercial success, also becoming one of the highest grossing Telugu films at its time. Owing to its success, it was later dubbed into Tamil and Malayalam with the same title and in Oriya as Mantrasakti. It is remade in Bengali as Arundhati starring Koel.

  23. Orange

    Orange (2010)


    Orange (Telugu: ఆరంజ్) is a 2010 Telugu romantic comedy-drama film directed by Bhaskar in his third venture after Bommarillu and Parugu. The film features Ram Charan and Genelia D'Souza with Shazahn Padamsee playing a pivotal role. The film, whose music was composed by Harris Jayaraj, began the first schedule in February 2010, and was released on 26 November 2010. The film was dubbed in Malayalam as Hai Ram Charan and Tamil as Ram Charan.Orange Satellite rights were sold for 6.5 crore (US$960,000).

  24. Abhiyum Naanum

    Abhiyum Naanum (2008)


    Abhiyum Naanum (English: Abhi and I) is a 2008 Tamil feature film produced by Prakash Raj and directed by Radha Mohan. The movie featured Prakash Raj in the central character with Trisha Krishnan in the lead role as his daughter while Aishwarya and Ganesh Venkatraman play supporting roles. Vidyasagar scored the music for the film. The film was launched in October 2007 and released on 19 December 2008. The film was released in Telugu as Aakasamantha with Jagapathi Babu replacing Prithviraj in 2009 and was remade into Kannada as Naanu Nanna Kanasu in 2010. The film opened to critical acclaim and won several awards, including the ITFA Best Movie Award. As of 2010, a Hindi remake was reported to have been planned.

  25. Lava Kusa

    Lava Kusa (1963)


    Lava Kusa (also spelled as Lava Kusha) is a 1963 Telugu and Tamil mythological film directed by C. S. Rao and his son Chittajallu Pullayya. The film's script was written by Samudrala Raghavacharya. The film was produced by Shankar Reddy under Lalita Sivajyothi films. The film is bilingual, shot in both Telugu and Tamil with the same title, but with slight differences in the cast. The film was a remake of 1934 film of same name which was also directed by C. Pullaiah. The story is an adaptation of the Uttara Kanda from Ramayana. It revolves around the roles of Lava and Kusa, sons of Rama (N. T. R.) and Seetha (Anjali Devi). The Telugu version stars Kanta Rao, Shoban Babu, S. Varalakshmi, Kaikala Satyanarayana in supporting roles, replaced in that order by M. R. Radha and Manorama in the Tamil counterpart.

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