To overlook Pelli Choopulu’s craft because of its lightness would be a mistake. This film deserved far more attention for the way it has been shot, directed and edited, and its unostentatious details, writes FC Reader Sagar Tetali.
Now that there’s been a homecoming of audiences to theatres, post-Master, filmmakers across four languages in South India have announced a spate of films. Satvik Kumar gives you the lowdown on the releases.
Allu Arjun’s boardroom dance in Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, Varsha Bollamma’s struggle with the shopkeeper in Middle Class Melodies… long after watching these films, some riveting scenes linger, writes Alekhya Devarakonda.