On Wednesdays, we don’t care to wear pink. But we do care to take a few moments and appreciate the brilliant women in Telugu film industry. While we have spoken several times about contemporary actresses. Today, we’re here to talk about the evergreen beauty who continues to make films a treat to watch. We’ve included some old, some new and some that lie in between. Let us know your pick.
Many young folks might have seen Bommarillu before watching her old gems. In the film, she is the mother that we would want to be for our kids. She fulfils all her duties as a mom and also leaves more than enough room to turn the maternal relationship into a friendly one.
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Yuvaraju is a 1982 Telugu drama movie starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Jayasudha, and Sujatha. The story revolves around Rajesh, who gets intimate with an unknown girl named Asha. The situation gets complicated when he chooses to marry his long-time acquaintance, Dr Karuna, without Asha’s knowledge.
Pilla Zamindar features Jayasudha, Akkineni Nageshwar Rao, Mohan Babu, Prabhakar Reddy and more. The plot is intriguing and confusing, at the same time. Everyone is pretending to be someone they are not and reveals secrets just in time. The film released in 1980 and is an out-and-out comedy.
Sathamanam Bhavathi is the newest on this list. The 2017 film led Sharwanand won a National for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. It revolves around a couple whose kids have settled abroad. They decide to announce the news of their separation to spend some time with their kids. How the kids come back home, how everyone finds the meaning of love again is the crux of the film’s journey.
We’ve got your midweek blues of sitting at home covered, haven’t we? Let us know which film you plan on watching first.
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