Nani on exploring the thriller genre in Telugu cinema with HIT: 'Would have felt guilty had I not produced the film'
In an exclusive interview to Firstpost, Nani and Vishwak Sen talk about their upcoming film HIT
National Awards 2019: Mahanati, Rangasthalam winning big coincides with rise of Telugu cinema at a national level
Telugu cinema won seven awards in various categories, easily it’s best haul since the National Film Awards were established by the Government of India.
Oru Kuppai Kadhai to Swathanthryam Ardharathiriyil, South cinema's 'underdogs' that shone in 2018's first half
Tamil drama Oru Kuppai Kadhai, Telugu psychological thriller Awe! and Malayalam thriller Swathanthryam Ardharathriyil are the small gems of 2018's first half.
Earlier this year in January, Neelakanta opted out of the Telugu version of Queen following creative differences with Tamannaah, which she later declined.
In an exclusive interview to Firstpost, Nani says he will continue to produce and introduce new talent, including filmmakers, actors and technicians.
Nithya Menen says she took inspiration from Lord Krishna to play her character in a way that she breezes through life playfully.
Awe! movie review: Prasanth Varma’s genre-bender pushes the envelope, but doesn’t quite hit the mark
Awe! runs faster than what our minds can process in the meantime. There is never enough time to sit back and brood upon what just happened on screen.
Once Nani came on board (as producer), Awe! became much bigger as a project, reveals director Prashant in an exclusive chat with Firstpost.
Speaking at Awe's pre-release event on 31 January in Hyderabad, Nani opened up about turning producer with the film and what the experience taught him
Awe, featuring an ensemble cast, gives cinema in 2018 a kick-start