Starring Satyadev Kancharana as the grief-stricken ACP, this Telugu thriller streaming on Zee5, unveils itself with alarming stupidity
The Naveen Chandra-Salony Luthra starrer will premiere on Aha on July 3.
What’s interesting in these “new-gen” movies — especially in the context of Telugu cinema — is how interestingly, how consistently the women are written.
When Raju is made to choose between Badshah and Bhaagi, you really buy it when it’s always about the horse for him.
This Telugu movie, from Aha, Allu Aravind’s streaming platform, is what happens when you try to camouflage bad ideas with style
Madha is not a perfect film. But it gets more things right than wrong, making it easier to overlook the flaws.
This is a film that talks about caste-based oppression and its many complexities organically, without hiding behind happy endings and generic philosophies.
The well-written action thriller has enough meat in the writing to keep you invested in the lives of its characters
When movies are being written, dialogues are usually the last part of the puzzle. However, director Venky Kudumula seems to have come up with all the funny lines and scenes first.
The first half of the film is highly promising, and the transitions from story to story happen organically.
The film’s strength, though, lies in the way Prem Kumar writes the two main characters and their interactions. Ram is a brash and edgy individual, who turns soft and anxious in Jaanu’s presence, while Jaanu opens up like a book when she is alone with Ram
Aswathama repeats the mistakes made by most thrillers. It focusses less on the mystery and more on the man solving it