Allu Arjun's next with director Koratala Siva has tentatively been titled AA21
Pooja Hegde, Akhil Akkineni's Most Eligible Bachelor to release on Pongal 2021; first poster unveiled
The first poster of Most Eligible Bachelor gives a glimpse into the lead pair's 'quarantine life'
Revisiting Satyajit Ray's Devi: The enduring relevance of the film's biting critique of dehumanisation of women
In Devi, the 'goddess's' listlessness and immobility in the face of burgeoning oppression was a metaphor for patriarchy at its diabolical worst.
Telugu film industry gears up for resumption of shooting from 15 July after celebs meet YS Jagan Mohan Reddy
The chief minister of Andhra Pradesh has assured to allot 300 acres of land in Visakhapatnam for the Telugu film industry.
Rana Daggubati will next be seen in Tamil film Kaadan, which has also been shot in Hindi as Haathi Mere Saathi.
Before Allu Arjun collaborates with Sukumar and Rashmika Mandanna, recalling his five best films on 38th birthday
To celebrate Allu Arjun's 38th birthday, the first look of Sukumar's upcoming film Pushpa was released on 8 April
Coronavirus pandemic: South Indian film industry comes to a standstill with shoots stalled, films postponed
The two-week shutdown because of coronavirus is likely to create a choc-a-block kind of situation in the country so prioritising film releases will be the biggest challenge.
Multiple producers have started to look for remake opportunities.
Entha Manchivaadavuraa movie review: Kalyanram's family drama has good intentions but is too drab to be more
In its attempt to highlight what we are missing in life, Entha Manchivaadavuraa ends up repeating its core idea way too many times.
Allu Arjun on Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo: Glad to do a lighthearted entertainer after a spate of serious films
Allu Arjun discusses reuniting with Trivikram Srinivas for the third time, why one should not run down on mainstream cinema, and his film with AR Murugadoss.
Mahesh Babu on Sarileru Neekevvaru: Had to unlearn a lot initially as I was doing comedy after a long time
Mahesh Babu discusses why he signed a full-blown entertainer like Sarileru Neekevvaru, opening a new movie hall in AMB Cinemas, and his issue with bilinguals.
Venky Mama pulls in Rs 40 crore globally over opening weekend; Jumanji: The Next Level tops Tamil Nadu box office
Venky Mama stars Venkatesh Daggubati, Naga Chaitanya, Payal Rajput and Raashi Khanna.
Venkatesh, Naga Chaitanya discuss Venky Mama, multi-starrers, and bringing their real life bond to screen
Venkatesh and his nephew Naga Chaitanya open up on the responsibility on their shoulders while doing this film, and how it digs into their off-screen relationship.
Raashi Khanna discusses her impressive slate of films, from Venky Mama to Vijay Deverakonda's World Famous Lover
Raashi Khanna talks about returning to comedy with Venky Mama, and juggling shoots of two very different films, World Famous Lover and Prathi Roju Pandage.
At IFFI, Taapsee Pannu told a gentleman, who insisted on her speaking in Hindi, she is as much a Hindi film actress as she is a Telugu and Tamil actress.
From Shiva to upcoming film on George Reddy, tracing origin of films on student politics in Telugu cinema
Jeevan Reddy’s film on George Reddy makes one wonder if it can capture the imagination of the audience who have shied away from such films for a while now.
Thippara Meesam movie review: A moving mother-son story at heart that could've worked had it focused on its core strength
Thippara Meesam could have been so much more than what it is, if only it knew that its core strength lies in the simmering tension between a mother and her son.
The 50th International Film Festival of India will honour Rajinikanth with Icon of Golden Jubilee award, I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar has announced.
Chiranjeevi’s stardom has been synonymous with the tectonic shifts that have occurred in Telugu cinema in the past three decades.
Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy: How Chiranjeevi’s period drama portrays patriotism for a contemporary audience
By tracing the origin of an uprising in the mid-19th century AD, Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy gives insight into how discontent starts a mass movement for change.