Mosagallu review: The Vishnu Manchu, Kajal Agarwal film wastes a good plot with half-baked treatment.
Chaavu Kaburu Challaga review: The film is ostensibly about Basthi Balaraju’s (Kartikeya Gummakonda) love for Mallika (Lavanya Tripathi), but dig deeper, and you will find the soul of the film.
Jathi Ratnalu movie review: A solidly written comedy, this Naveen Polishetty film keeps the audience glued to their seats.
Gaali Sampath movie review: Rajendra Prasad’s performance keeps this father-son drama watchable despite a thin narrative.
Shaadi Mubarak movie review: It is the film’s simple take on life and love that makes it an entertaining watch. The film doesn’t take itself or its subject too seriously, keeping it light and frothy at all times.
A1 Express movie review: Sundeep Kishan-starrer feels like a rehash of SS Rajamouli's Sye, where rugby has been replaced with hockey.
Check movie review: Despite its novel idea and some good performances, Nithiin-starrer starts resembling The Shawshank Redemption as it inches closer to the climax.
Yuddham Sharanam movie review: The Naga Chaitanya starrer follows a pattern that we have seen in various other films in the past. It has a young happy-go-lucky protagonist, whose life is easy and peaceful and one day a life-threatening incident threatens to destroy everything he holds dear.
LIE movie review: Nithiin's film takes its own sweet time to get to the point. By that time you lose interest in what happens on screen. Oh! What is this obsession with Sholay?
Nene Raju Nene Mantri movie review: Kajal Aggarwal has delivered a convincing performance in the given role. While Catherine Tresa as Devika Rani, an owner of a news channel, is not explored to her full potential. Director, Teja's reservations has kept him from taking that character to a logical end.
Duvvada Jagannadham or DJ movie review: The chemistry between Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde in the film has already become a hit, thanks to music by composer Devi Sri Prasad. All the songs from the film are well received. The movie is special for producer Dil Raju as it is a landmark film in his career.
Ami Thumi movie review: The screwball comedy is directed by National Award winning director Mohanakrishna Indraganti and it stars Avasarala Srinivas, Adivi Sesh, Eesha Rebba, Aditi Myakal, Vennela Kishore, Tanikella Bharani in the lead roles.
Rarandoi Veduka Chudham movie review: Director Kalyan Krishna Kurasala has developed a forgettable family drama on a premise that is as old as the Telugu film industry itself.
Guru movie review: Venkatesh has portrayed the role of coach Adi well, but Ritika Singh has managed to steal the show.
Katamarayudu movie review: Pawan Kalyan's new film is very formulaic, which will only satisfy the core fan base of the actor.
Ghazi movie review: Rana Daggubati, Kay Kay Menon film defies every rule of contemporary films to come up with a perfect watch.
The triumph of love over everything is an expected ending but the way it is presented in Nenu Local makes it a remarkable finish.
Gautamiputra Satakarni movie review: Nandamuri Balakrishna, with his gift of gab, drives the narrative effortlessly. Balakrishna retains his art of intonation and pitch to deliver the ancient regal Telugu (Grandhika Telugu).
Khaidi No 150 movie review: With the overarching role, Chiranjeevi makes the most of the script to project his return and he does it naturally.
Vangaveeti review: From the emergence of Vangaveeti Radha to the demise of Vangaveeti Ranga in Vijayawada is what RGV aims to capture in Vangaveeti and botches it up almost immediately.
Dhruva movie review: This film has three stars -- its hero Ram Charan Teja, its powerful villain Arvind Swamy and its script.