Director Harish Shankar's film Gabbar Singh, which is the remake of Salman Khan's hit Hindi movie Dabangg, has been voted as the Best Telugu movie of 2012. In a poll survey conducted by Oneindia, the Pawan Kalyan and Shruti Hassan starrer has beaten super-hit movies like Eega, Business Man, Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum and Julayi.
In 2012, Telugu film industry has released 160+ movies,
including 50 dubbed flicks. Oneindia had held a year end poll
survey on the best Telugu movie. Ten superhit movies like
Gabbar Singh, Eega, Business Man,
Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum, Julayi,
Damarukam, Racha, Sudigadu,
Denikaina Ready and Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu
were nominated for the Best Film.
Thousands of Oneindia readers had taken part in the poll survey
and cast their vote for their favourite film. Finally, Gabbar
Singh, which has already proved as the Blockbuster at the Box
Office, has been chosen as the best Telugu film of the year 2012.
Here we bring the details of our poll survey for Best Telugu movie
of 2012. Check it out in slide show.
Gabbar Singh starring Pawan Kalyan and Shruti Hassan in
leads, has topped the chart of 10 super-hit movies of 2012. The
movie has become the Best Telugu movie of the year by bagging 39.4%
Ace director SS Rajamouli's movie Eega has become the
second Best Telugu film of 2012. The graphical action extravaganza
starring Sudeep, Nani and Samantha in leads has bagged 28.3%
Superstar Mahesh Babu's Business Man, which was
released earlier last year and become big hit, has turned out to be
the third Best Telugu film of 2012. The movie, which has been
directed by Puri Jagannath, has bagged 13.6% votes.
Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum
Critically acclaimed director Krish's film Krishnam Vande
Jagadgurum, which has given big break to Rana Dagguabati, has
become the fourth Best Telugu movie of 2012. The Rana Daggubati and
Nayantara starrer has got 7.2% votes.
Director Trivikram Srinivas' film Julayi has turned out
to be the fifth Best Telugu movie of 2012. The Allu Arjun and
Ileana D'Cruz starrer has bagged 3.8% votes.