Best Telugu films of 2020

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Extra points to Anil for handling the subject of patriotism with some care and awareness. And as a result, we only have five movies that are worth considering for the “best of 2020” list. Written by Manoj Kumar R
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Updated: December 14, 2020 12:35:56 pm

Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is streaming on Netflix.The Telugu film industry began 2020 on a positive note. Trivikram Srinivas takes inspiration from Ramayana and turns in an energetic and engaging melodrama. Despite its flaws, it is still breezy. 📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. And that alone qualifies this film to be on this list. Don't Miss These StoriesVeham: Asim Riaz pines for his one true lovePrakash Javadekar: Government's plan is to make all kinds of good films in IndiaTop Hollywood movies of 2020Click here for more

Uma Maheswara Ugra Roopasya: Venkatesh Maha, who gave us C/o Kancharapalem, helmed Uma Maheswara Ugra Roopasya. The director weaves together a bunch of tried-and-tested heroic moments that he knows will send hardcore fans of Mahesh into a frenzy in theatres. Sarileru Neekevvaru: All Mahesh Babu ever wanted out of this film was to sell enough tickets so that it gets declared “blockbuster”. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. The actor sort of took a sabbatical after his much-hyped Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India failed to fetch desired success in 2018. © IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo: The family drama marked the return of Allu Arjun to the box office after a gap of two years. The story of a happy-go-lucky guy taking the path of vengeance while still retaining his innocence leaves you with a warm feeling. Also Read |Disco Raja movie review: A surprisingly watchable Ravi Teja movie
Disco Raja: 2020 gave us a watchable Ravi Teja film, with some ambition in terms of scale and imagination. The Sankranti releases lit up silver screens across south India and minted moolah at the box office. Some movies did not get released, and many movies did not get made. Krishna and His Leela: Director Ravikanth Perepu and co-writer Siddu Jonnalagadda make a favourable case for the hero Krishna who revels in dating two girls at the same time. That bullish trend, however, was short-lived due to the outbreak of coronavirus. And nobody could have done a better job of remaking Malayalam hit Maheshinte Prathikaaram. And Anil Ravipudi does exactly that. It is one of those modern-day rom-coms that kinda says, “play the field while you still can.” Live, regret, learn and move on are the key emotions that drive the plot. The credit goes to director VI Anand, who effectively added a bit of sci-fi to a lively masala movie. The Telugu film industry was brought to its knees like all its peers across the world. And that is a must-have quality for a rom-com.