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Sporting a greying beard, the refreshing new-look of Vijay, in dapper suits and aviator glasses, fits the description of an international business mogul
The film is more engaging than the typical Jr NTR commercial potboiler, if only because it provides an idealistic solution from the perspective of its strong female characters
In his upcoming series, Home, the actor plays a young Indian boy who stands by his family during a major crisis
It is partly inspired by the 2014 Campa Cola Compound case and is directed by Ishaqzaade-fame Habib Faisal
Sashi Kiran makes an impressive debut with this engaging spy thriller, whose biggest strength is Adivi Sesh's committed performance
Top female actors who once ruled Telugu cinema are poised to return with some promising films
Under the glitz and glamour of celluloid, away from the romance, spotlights and exotic locales, lies a world of sleaze, corruption and blackmail.
After shooting in various locations around the world, the team of the Adivi Sesh-starrer are next heading to the foothills of the Himalayas for an action sequence
The actor, who will be seen in the multi-starrer family drama Khajoor Pe Atke, strongly opposes body shaming.
The film deals says the right things, shows the right things but only at a surface level
The actor announced the launch of his own company Prithviraj Productions along with his wife last week
The actor will next be seen in Ranam followed by Aadujeevitham and Kaaliyan
The actor has built up his physique for his upcoming film, Uri, where he plays a commando
Amitabh Bachchan hailed the trailer of actress Rani Mukerji's comeback film Hichki by saying that the movie has been made from a generation that thinks in a radical way
The filmmakers recently shot a romantic song with Ganesh and Rashmika Mandanna at Tilmati, known as the black beach of Karnataka; the team is to wrap up the shoot with a fight sequence
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