Best Telugu movies of 2017

Best Telugu movies of 2017
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Scope of genre in Telugu movies increased exponentially this year we certain milestones that has divided the whole industry between B.C and A.D. There was a year when Telugu cinema was made and than there is 2017 with some extraordinary set of films that put the industry on the world map. Arjun Reddy is prime reason for all the adjectives used above, film became an instant cult classic. Arjun Reddy was declared a superhit on the box office and got some never seen before reviews for an Indian film. Film became such a rage that IMDB came to interview lead actor Vijay Deverekonda on one of the finest performances of 21st century.

Vijay became an inevitable superstar of the decade in Indian cinema with his breathtaking portrayal for a lover lost and broken in love. There was one more cult in Telugu cinema this year by the name of Baahubali: The conclusion. It was literally the biggest Indian film release of all time and there is absolutely no film which can break its box-office domestically. Overnight Prabhas became the biggest Indian star of current times and film broke the language barrier and appealed to audience worldwide. SS Rajamouli right now is sitting on a lottery ticket and there is nothing he won’t get in films by merely asking for it.

Inspired by the grandeur of Baahubali, Mahesh Babu came up with a bilingual thriller Spyder, which is the second biggest Telugu film of all time by the budget. Spyder got great reception on the box office and opened to phenomenal numbers increasing the stardom of Mahesh by 10 folds. A.R.Murugadoss is one of the most celebrated director of all time and now so is S.J. Suriya as a negative character. Akhil Akkineni’s Hello has now become one of the most appreciated love story of all time. Director Vikram Kumar has a knack of handling twisted narrative be it in 13B or 24. Yearning of love in Hello was bowed down by the audience and critics.

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Shubham Dwivedi

A professional journalist, passionate cinema fanatic. Alive and kicking upto the standards of entertainment beat and i always take the life one friday at a time.

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