2013

Masala

Masala is a offical remake of Hindi movie Bol Bachchan in which, Victory Venkatesh and Young energetic hero Ram playing the male lead roles along with anjali and Shazahn Padamsee playing the female lead roles.

K. Vijaya Bhaskar is directing this movie while Daggubati Suresh Babu and Sravanthi Ravi Kishore are jointly producing this movie.

Paisa

Paisa is an upcoming Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi, featuring Nani and Catherine Tresa in the lead. It was written by Padmasri, K. K. Binojee and Patrikeya.[1] The film is scheduled to release in 2013.

Ramayya Vasthavayya

Ramayya Vasthavayya is an upcoming Telugu film written and directed by Harish Shankar. The film is produced by Dil Raju under their Sri Venkateswara Creations banner, and will star Jr. NTR, Samantha and Shruti Haasan in lead roles. This is the second time Jr. NTR is acting with Samantha after Brindavanam. The soundtrack will be composed by Thaman, who will be working with Harish Shankar for the second time in his career. The film will have its cinematography handled by Chota K. Naidu.

Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde

Karthik (Nitin) is a carefree atttitude guy who believes in "one should make their own decisions" funda. In his friend Pandu's (Ali) wedding reception he sees Shruthi (Isha Talwar) and falls for her at first sight. He asks Pandu's wife to find out about Shruthi . After Pandu's wife gives Shruthi's number to Pandu and asks him to convey that Karthik, a miscommunication between Karthik and Pandu leads to Karthik calling Shravani (Nithya Menen). Karthik mistakes Shravani with Shruthi and talks to her over the phone.

Chammak Challo

If you did not believe Mahesh Babu when he figuratively said to Trisha, in Athadu, that we all like Benz, but eventually, we buy Ambassador, then urgently go and watch Chammak Challo. The film is a visual elaboration on that thought-provoking Trivikram gem. There is an underlying message, that is for those who are patient to sit through an otherwise sensible but B-grade film (we don't call it B-grade just because it is a low-budget movie with no star face in its cast.

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