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Tollywood: Death Of Stories Or Pure Laziness?

Posted : November 7, 2019 at 3:45 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

When films like Baahubali, Rangasthalam, Srimanthudu, C/o Kancharapalem came out, many thought that Tollywood has emerged when it comes to storytelling. But there is another side as well. If their film is good, Telugu makers will take it to Bollywood and if the films from other language are good, they will remake it in Telugu.

Very recently we have seen Varun Tej’s Gaddalakonda Ganesh, a remake of Tamil film Jigarthanda. Similarly, we have Sai Bellamkonda’s Rakshasudu, and Ohmkar’s RGG3, remakes of super hit Tamil movies like Ratsasan and Dilluku Diddu, while Allu Sirish came up with Malayalam film ABCD remake. This is just a beginning of the remake haul our makers actually kick-started in Tollywood in the present times.

Already we have Megastar Chiranjeevi buying the rights of superhit Malayalam film Lucifer and then Venkatesh announced that he is remaking Asuran in Telugu while Pawan Kalyan might soon give the proper nod for Pink remake as well. Then comes Sharwanand and Samantha’s 96, a remake of Tamil film with the same name. Also, young hero Ram is remaking Tamil movie Thadam as Red in Telugu. We have Adivi Sesh lining up another thriller, remake of a foreign movie, like usual.

Some say that the Telugu industry folks are too lazy to create some new stories, and some argue that there is a huge death of new stories hence this borrowing from other languages. Whatever it may be, remake makes job easy to a bit as the film is already made, and it has a successful story. But then, they won’t bring us name and fame like original films with original stories.


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