This Friday, October 6th is going to witness the release of 6 small budget Telugu Movies. Srilankan Cricketer Muttaiah Muralidharan’s biopic 800, Sudheer Babu’s Maama Maschindra, Suryadevara Naga Vamsi production Mad, Kiran Abbavaram’s Rules Ranjann, Colors Swathi’s Month of Madhu, Siddharth’s latest film Chittha is being dubbed into Telugu as Chinna as well.
Sudheer Babu’s ‘Maama Mascheendra’ sees him in a triple role and the film is directed by Harshavardhan. The film’s trailer was released recently, and it also stars Eesha Rebba and Mrinalini Ravi.
Kiran Abbavaram’s ‘Rules Ranjann’ is another of the releases. Directed by AM Ratnam’s son Jyothi (Rathinam Krishna) Krishna, the film has Neha Shetty as the heroine. The film is banking on its entertainment quotient. Vennela Kishore, Hyper Aadhi, Nellore Sudharshan and others are playing on supporting roles in it.
‘Rakshasa Kavyam’, headlined by Abhay Naveen, Anvesh Michael, and others, is also slated to be released on October 6. Suryadevara Naga Vamsi’s production “MAD” movie will also be released on October 6th.
‘800’, which is Muttaiah Muralitharan’s biopic, will also be released on the date. Unlike the above films, this one is a multilingual release. It will be released in Tamil and Hindi as well. Sridevi Movies’ Sivalenka Krishna Prasad owns the movie’s release rights.
Siddharth’s Latest film Chittha was released in Tamil on 28th September and the film will be released in Telugu as Chinna on next Friday. The film’s trailer, that was released yesterday, showed a touching portrayal of an loving relationship between a paternal uncle and his niece. The film is directed by S. U. Arun Kumar and the trailer promises an emotional experience.