Another Disappointing Weekend For Tollywood!

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The month of August was fruitful at the Telugu box office. Despite a few flops like ‘Macherla Niyojakavargam’ and ‘Liger’, there were memorable hits like ‘Bimbisara’, ‘Sita Ramam’ and ‘Karthikeya 2’ which brought huge profits to the buyers. September started on a good note as the Telugu version of ‘Brahmastra’ got decent collections and Sharwanand’s ‘Oke Oka Jeevitham’ got a very good response too.

Many expected this week’s releases to perform well at the box office too but things did not go as planned. Sudheer Babu’s ‘Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali’ did not create the desired magic. The usual beautiful moments we see in a Mohan Krishna Indraganti love story went missing this time and the film managed to get mixed reviews. The second half turned out to be too slow and heavily dramatic which disappointed the audience.

Coming to ‘Saakini Daakini’, many are saying that it is an OTT film and the lack of twists and turns did not impress the audience. Despite the good performances of Nivetha Thomas and Regina Cassandra, the movie got negative reviews for the critics as well as the audience. Apart from a few action scenes and a couple of fun scenes, there is nothing more to talk about the film.

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Kiran Abbavaram’s ‘Nenu Meeku Baaga Kaavalisinavadini’ too failed to get a positive talk. The young hero is coming up with one routine commercial flick after another. The movie is neither entertaining nor engaging and follows the 90s formula which is outdated now. There is nothing to praise in this movie barring Kiran’s decent and natural acting.

The three releases did not reach the expectations and analysts are predicting a very dull run at the Tollywood box office. Let us wait and see how the next weekend is going to be.