Mega Powerstar Ramcharan is a happy and relieved man, with his last two ventures, despite having a huge between them, Dhruva in 2016 and Rangasthalam this year, have turned out to be hit and blockbuster, with the latter turning out to be the new Non-Baahubali Industry hit.
The north beauty Payal Rajput had turned the heat on with her bold and hot performance as the lust-filled anti-heroine role in the recently released blockbuster movie RX 100, costarring Karthikeya and directed by debutant Ajay Bhupathi.
Mallu heartthrob Dulquer Salmaan, the son of Malayalam Megastar Mammootty has not just conquered Mollywood, but the actor has been slowly carving his name in other industries as well, as he has scored hits in Tamil, Telugu and had entered Hindi as well.
Ramya Krishnan has been one powerhouse performer who had mostly been underutilized and had mostly been used as a glam doll oozing oomph on screen in skimpy attire. However, she had got occasions to prove her mettle as a strong performer as well.
The gorgeous Mallu beauty Keerthy Suresh had gained a stronghold in Telugu and Tamil cinema, as she had scored several hits in Tamil like Rajnimurugan and Remo, while in Telugu she has scored hits like Nenu Sailaja, Nenu Local and the latest being Mahanati.
Sizzling slender waist beauty Trisha, who was last seen in the horror thriller Mohini, where she had played dual roles for the first time in her 15 years long career, is busy with multiple projects including Garjanai, 96, and the untitled Superstar Rajnikanth starrer directed by Karthik Subbaraj.
Way back in 2015, music director turned hero GV Prakash, who had then just begun his career with the horror comedy Darling which was a hit, had then ventured into doing soft porn stuff and adult comedy with the sensational flick Trisha Illana Nayanthara.
2016 saw the release of the hard-hitting sports and medical condition oriented action drama Eetti directed by debutant Ravi Arasu, and the movie starring young hero Atharvaa and Sri Divya was a fairly successful outing commercially with decent reviews as well.
One of the most expected films of Tamil cinema at the moment happens to be the big-budget trilogy flick Vada Chennai. Directed by Vetrimaran, the critically acclaimed maker of movies like Aadukalam, Pollathavan, and Visaaranai, the movie is said to be a rustic take on North Madras.
Days ago, we had reported that the popular comedian of Tamil cinema at the moment, the most popular and hilarious entertainer Yogi Babu, known for his entertaining comedy tracks in movies like Yaamiruka Bayamey, Aandavan Kattalai, and Kolamaavu Kokila, is turning a hero.
Nandamuri family has been personally and professionally going through a saddening phase, as the heroes of the family have been delivering disasters like Jai Lava Kusa, and Naa Nuvve, besides also losing the senior member of their family, Nandamuri Harikrishna in a fatal road accident.
Months ago, we had reported that Akkineni Nagarjuna's Annapoorna studios banner had registered the title Manmadhudu 2, in the film chamber and that it was unclear whether it was a standalone flick starring Akkineni heroes or a proper sequel to the blockbuster.
Megastar Chiranjeevi who had a victorious comeback after his brief political sojourn with the 201 Sankranthi blockbuster Khaidi No 150 directed by mass director VV Vinayak, is currently joining hands with Surender Reddy for Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy.
Samantha has been on top of her game, as she has been carefully choosing scripts, and her last three movies, Rangasthalam, Irumbuthirai and Mahanati had been blockbusters, and yesterday she had double releases in the form of U-turn in Tamil and Telugu and Seemaraja in Tamil.