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There's no denying the fact that all of have a special person in our life who we call a friend. Such a person not only cares for us but also knows us inside out. A friend never hesitates to support us during the hard times neither does such a person think twice to give us a piece of his/her mind when needed. In other words, our friends will always be there for us no matter where we are.
Today(August 5, 2018), on the occasion of Friendship Day, here's a look at some Tollywood films which are bound to make you miss your best buddy.
Featuring Megastar Chiranjeevi and vijayakumar in the leads, Sneham Kosam revolved around the heart-warming friendship between a rich man and his faithful servant. Directed by ace film-maker KS Ravikumar, it was a remake of Sarathkumar's Natpukaaga and did well at the box office
Directed by Vikraman, Vasantham revolved around the sweet bond between two childhood friends and highlighted how a man and a woman can be buddies without falling in love. The film featured Venkatesh, Kalyani and the late Aarthi Agarwal in the lead.
Revolving around the adventures of eight engineering students, Happy Days highlighlighting how the protagonist formed a special bond during student life and became friends for life. Released in 2008, it featured Varun Sandesh and Tamannaah in the lead roles.
This lively entertainer revolved around how two people undertake a journey and ultimately end up becoming friends for life. Released in 2008, it starred Allari Naresh and Sharwanand in the lead.
Directed by Sai Kiran Adivi and released in 2015, Kerintha revolved around how the hero's friends help him win the love of his ‘dream girl'. Produced by Dil Raju, the film featured Sumanth Ashwin in the lead and received rave reviews upon its release.