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Telugu film industry is all set for bulk release this Friday. Three movies like Gaalipatam, Nuvvala Nenila and Janmasthanam are scheduled to release in theatres across the globe on August 8, while another film Geethanjali hit the screens on August 9. All of them are much hyped films that have been creating buzz for long time. Trade experts feel that it is going to be a mega clash at Tollywood Box Office this weekend.
Gaalipatam is a romance drama starring Aadhi, Kristina Akheeva and Erica Fernandes in the leads. Director Sampath Nandi is turning producer with this film, which is directed by Naveen. The movie has cleared the formalities of the Censor Board, which has awarded it 'A' certificated due to a love-making scene.
Nuvvala Nenila is also a romance drama, written and directed Trinathrao Nakkina and produced by Indhuri Rajasekhar Reddy. Varun Sandesh and Poorna are playing the lead roles in the movie, which features Vennela Kishore, Sana and Uthej important roles. Sai Karthik has composed music for it.
Janmasthanam is an action thriller written and directed by Om Saiprakash and produced by Rayanna Kakumanu. Saikumar, Roopika and Pavani are playing the lead roles in the film, which has the music of Vandemataram Srinivas. It is bilingual movie simultaneously made and released in Telugu and Kannada.
Geethanjali is horror thriller written by Kona Venkat and directed by debutant Raj Kiran. Produced by MVV Satyanarayana, the movie features Anjali in the title roles. Harshvardhan Rane, Brahmanandam, Rao Ramesh and Srinivas Reddy are playing important roles in the film, which has the music of Praveen Lakkaraju.
Meanwhile, the Telugu version of Hollywood film Into the Storm and Akshay Kumar's much-awaited movie Entertainment are releasing in a large number of theatres in the state. They are sure to give tough competition to the Telugu movies at the Box Office. Continue to slide to see the pictures of all the movies releasing in the state this weekend.
Pawanism In Gaalipatam
Among all new releases, Gaalipatam is the most talked about and highly-awaited film. It has created headlines for the Pawanism song. Pawan Kalyan fans are eagerly waiting to watch this film. It is a concept-based-realistic film without any melodrama and over the top situations.
Geethanjali Item Song
Anjali's Geethanjali is made it to the news for several reason. The big reason is that actress Kajal Aggarwal is seen shaking legs with Brahmanandam in an item song.
Nuvvala Nenila Highlight
The romantic scenes between Varun Sandesh and Poorna are said to be the main highlight of the film Nuvvala Nenila.
Janmasthanam Features Saikumar As Hero
Saikumar is a talented lead actor, but in recent days, he is seen as character artistes mainly villain roles. Janmasthanam marks his comeback to hero roles.
Tamanna Bhatia In Entertainment
Akshay Kumar's Entertainment features popular Telugu actress Tamanna Bhatia in the female lead. In bid to cash in her popularity the makers have planned to release this Hindi film in large number of screens in the state.
Into The Storm Telugu Version
Into the Storm is an American disaster film directed by Steven Quale. The movie is dubbed and released in Telugu.
Mega Clash At Box Office
All the six movies belong to different genres and they boast of one or other aspect. Their promos have been successful in impressing the Telugu viewers. Trade experts feel they will clash at the Box Office and the audience will be split among them.