TOP 10 SOUTH INDIAN MOVIES IN HINDI DUBED.

%%1.K.G.F.%%
%%While there is a feeling of transitory conclusion in ‘KGF: Chapter 1’, one additionally leaves the corridor longing for additional. KGF doubtlessly appears to have conveyed what it set to accomplish.%%

Prashanth Neel’s KGF, which stars Yash ahead of the pack, has gotten seemingly the most spoken about Kannada film broadly. The assumptions have been huge. Does the group convey? Indeed, they do. The film has a high speed first half, which appears to be a little long, however the subsequent half and the peak sets up the right reason for the second piece of the film.

The screenplay is the most intriguing piece of the film. The non-straight example keeps the watchers drew in, with the development of Rocky being displayed in a consistent style. While there are a decent amount of scenes and discoursed that draw out the hoots and cheers from the majority, the creators have still kept a smart narrating design that guarantees one to likewise stay up with the account. The film crosses from 1951 to 2018, while keeping a feeling of interest as each character is uncovered.

Adding the additional edge to the movie are the cinematography, workmanship course and the regions. All that looks first class and one is frequently left enchanted at the scenes. Be it the dull troubling world in KGF to the more stylish nightlife scenes in Bangalore, every one of them are shown wonderfully. Yash, as Rocky, lives his character without limit and his screen presence unquestionably has the watchers cheering close by him. The troupe cast play their individual parts, with every one of them playing minor structure blocks in setting up Rocky’s character.

The account in the initial segment constructs the personality of Rocky as the dissident brains who won’t stop for anything until he arrives at his central goal. While there is a feeling of brief conclusion in the primary section of the film, one likewise leaves the corridor longing for additional. KGF definitely appears to have conveyed what it set to accomplish.

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Recordings

K.G.F – Official Trailer

K.G.F – Official Trailer

KGF – Official Hindi Trailer

KGF – Official Hindi Trailer

KGF – Official Teaser

KGF – Official Teaser

K.G.F | Song – Salaam Rocky Bhai

K.G.F | Song – Salaam Rocky Bhai

K.G.F – Official Trailer Hindi

K.G.F – Official Trailer Hindi

KGF – Official Trailer 2

KGF – Official Trailer 2

KGF | Song – Tharagani Baruvaina (Lyrical)

KGF | Song – Tharagani Baruvaina (Lyrical)

KGF – Official Tamil Trailer

KGF – Official Tamil Trailer

K.G.F | Song (Teaser) – Gali

K.G.F | Song (Teaser) – Gali

K.G.F | Song – Veesum Soorai Katre (Lyrical)

K.G.F | Song – Veesum Soorai Katre (Lyrical)

K.G.F | Song – Shwasa Kattin

K.G.F | Song – Shwasa Kattin

K.G.F | Song – Sidila Bharava

K.G.F | Song – Sidila Bharava

KGF | Song – Dheera (Lyrical)

KGF | Song – Dheera (Lyrical)

KGF | Song – Salaam Rocky Bhai

KGF | Song – Salaam Rocky Bhai

KGF | Song – Sidila Bharava

KGF | Song – Sidila Bharava

Photographs

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FILMFARE AWARDS – KANNADA

Best Movie

KGF

2019

Best Actor In A Leading Role Male

Yash

2019

Public AWARDS

Best Action Direction Award (Stunt Choreography)

Anbu Ariv

2018

Vikram More

2018

Best Special Effects – Kannada Film

KGF

2018

%%2.Vikram Vedha%%
%%Vikram Vedha is a 2017 Indian Tamil-language neo-noir action thriller film[4] written and directed by Pushkar–Gayathri and produced by S. Sashikanth under his banner Y NOT Studios. The film stars Madhavan, Vijay Sethupathi, Shraddha Srinath, Kathir and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar while Prem, Achyuth Kumar, Hareesh Peradi and Vivek Prasanna play supporting roles. Inspired by the Indian folktale Baital Pachisi, the film tells the story of Vikram (Madhavan), a police inspector who sets out to track down and kill Vedha (Sethupathi), a gangster. After Vedha voluntarily surrenders himself, he tells Vikram three stories which change his perceptions of good and evil.%%

Vikram is a brave and honest police inspector who is decisive about right and wrong. Vedha is a criminal who understands the grey shades between good and evil. Vikram leads an encounter unit formed to eliminate Vedha. In one encounter, the squad kills some of Vedha’s henchmen, framing the death of a criminal killed by Vikram to avoid further inquiry. When Santhanam, one of the youngest members in the unit, is nervous about this, Vikram calms him by saying that he sleeps peacefully, knowing that the men he shot were criminals. As the unit plans another encounter, Vedha enters the police station and surrenders. When Vikram interrogates Vedha, he offers to tell him a story.

The story relates how Vedha became a gangster and drug smuggler. Vedha warns his younger brother Vignesh, called Pulli due to his arithmetic skills, to stay away from crime, but Pulli is forced by a rival gangster, Ravi, to carry drugs. When Pulli is caught by the police, he confesses, and Ravi is arrested. On his boss Sangu’s orders, Ravi assaults Pulli, leaving a permanent mark on his hand. Vedha asks Vikram if he should kill Ravi or Sangu. Vikram replies that Ravi was an instrument; Sangu was the real culprit. Vedha says the answer is correct, implying that he killed Sangu. Vedha’s lawyer, who turns out to be Vikram’s wife Priya, intervenes and bails him out.

Vikram realises that the unarmed person he shot was Pulli, based on the mark in his hand. Worried that Vedha might try to kill his colleague and best friend Simon, Vikram rushes to save him. He finds him and Chandra, Pulli’s girlfriend, shot dead. Surendhar, the superintendent of police, dismisses it as a failed encounter. Priya refuses to divulge Vedha’s whereabouts to Vikram, testing their marriage. Angered by this, Vikram raids Vedha’s tenements and manages to capture him. Vedha requests Vikram to listen to another story.

%%3ASURAN (TAMIL) %%
%%8.5/10 IMDb
Directed by Vetrimaaran, this movie portrays how a farmer attempts to save his son from the consequences of murdering a rich man. This action-drama is packed with suspense. Asuran was released in 2019 and stars Dhanush, Manju Warrier, Ammu Abhirami, and Ken Karunas in lead roles.

Asuran
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2. NANI’s GANG LEADER (TELUGU)

7.6/10 IMDb
This 2019 thriller portrays five different women from distinct walks of life who seek the help of a crime novelist to avenge the death of their loved ones in a robbery. Directed by Vikram Kumar, Nani’s Gang Leader was released in 2019 and featured Priyanka Arul Mohan, Kartikeya Gummakonda, Nani, and Lakshmi in pivotal roles.

3. GANTUMOOTE (KANNADA)

8.2/10 IMDb
In this film, a teen student stays alone at home as both her parents work. She falls in love with her classmate and one particular event changes her life completely. Directed by Roopa Rao, this film stars Teju Belawadi, Nischith Korodi, Spoorthi Gumaste, and Surya Vasishta in lead roles.

GANTUMOOTE (KANNADA)
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4. AGENT SAI SRINIVASA ATHREYA (TELUGU)

8.5/20 IMDb
A Nellore based detective, Sai Sreenevas, gets into trouble when he investigates the case of a mysterious, unidentified body that was found near a railway track. The movie gets interesting as the investigation proceeds. Directed by Swaroop RSJ, this film casts Shredha Rajagopalan, Shruti Sharma, Suhas, and Sandeep Raj in lead roles%%

%%4.Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo%%

%%There in Vaikunthapuram) is a 2020 Indian Telugu-language action drama film[5][6][7] written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas, and produced by Allu Aravind and S. Radha Krishna under their banners Geetha Arts and Haarika & Hassine Creations.[8] The film stars Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde, Tabu, Jayaram, Sushanth, and Nivetha Pethuraj while Samuthirakani, Murali Sharma, Rajendra Prasad, Navdeep, Sunil, Sachin Khedekar, and Harsha Vardhan play pivotal roles.%%

Valmiki and Ramachandra start their career as clerks in the company of Ananth “ARK” Radhakrishna. Ramachandra, who marries ARK’s daughter Yasu, becomes wealthy while Valmiki remains poor. On the day of the birth of both their children, Ramachandra’s son appears to be dead. When nurse Sulochana informs Valmiki about this, he pities Ramachandra and Yasu and offers to exchange his baby with the dead one. After switching them, however, the apparently dead child begins to cry. Sulochana tries to switch them back but Valmiki senses an opportunity that his son would have a better life growing up in a rich family. He prevents her from switching, pushing her accidentally off a ledge. Sulochana goes into a coma, while Valmiki gets a leg cramp that makes him limp permanently. The two boys grow-up in different ways. Raj, raised at Ramachandra’s house, is timid, innocent, and soft-spoken, while Bantu, who is raised at Valmiki’s house, is smart, outspoken, and hard-working. Valmiki, who favours Raj, treats Bantu with disgust due to his true parentage.

After his MBA was denied by Valmiki, Bantu heads to an interview for a job at a travel company headed by Amulya, a self-made businesswoman. After a scuffle and misunderstanding with the company’s HR manager Shekhar, Bantu gets the job. Eventually, Bantu develops feelings for Amulya. Bantu, Amulya, Shekhar, and Ravindra go to Paris for a business trip, and shortly after the trip, Bantu and Amulya fall in love with each other. Meanwhile, Raj returns from abroad, discontinuing his MBA. Ramachandra sends Raj to reject Paidithalli, the son of a wealthy man who offers to buy 50% of their company’s shares. Ramachandra watches the deal from the hotel where Amulya and Bantu have a meeting with Sudharshanam, who wants to buy Amulya’s travel agency. Ramachandra is disappointed by Raj’s hesitance and inability to say no to Paidithalli but is proud of Bantu and Amulya for saying no to Sudharshanam. Following this, Raj is engaged with Amulya on ARK’s suggestion, even though Raj is already in love with his cousin Nandu.

When Amulya reveals her feelings for Bantu, he convinces her to ask Ramachandra to call-off her marriage with Raj. Paidithalli’s father, Appala Naidu, a powerful and influential man, attempts to kill Ramachandra for refusing to sell the shares moments before Amulya and Bantu arrive. Bantu saves Ramachandra by taking him to the hospital. There he meets Sulochana, who comes out of her coma and reveals Bantu’s true parentage. The furious Bantu slaps Valmiki, telling him that he learned the secret about his birth. Bantu then manages to enter Ramachandra’s house, named “Vaikuntapuram.” ARK is fond of Bantu for saving Ramachandra. Bantu begins to address the issues plaguing the house by patching up Ramachandra’s broken relationship with Yasu, settling the dispute with Paidathalli, and reforming the corrupt family members, Kashiram and Sitaram.

At a party thrown at their house, Yasu witnesses Bantu and Amulya kissing each other. Bantu is ousted out of the house by Valmiki while Amulya’s engagement with Raj is cancelled. Naidu uses the situation to his advantage by kidnapping and threatening to kill Nandu unless Ramachandra gives away the shares to Paidithalli. When Valmiki begs Bantu to save Nandu, he refuses but goes anyway. He thrashes the goons, slams Paidathalli, and stabs Naidu in the chest. Later, Raj saves Naidu, thus ending his enmity with Ramachandra.

When Bantu and Valmiki arrive at Vaikuntapuram, ARK slaps Valmiki and reveals that he overheard the conversation between Sulochana and Bantu right before her death. Bantu unites with his biological father, Ramachandra but asks him not to reveal the truth to Yasu, fearing she might be disheartened to know that Raj is not her real child. Unaware of this, Yasu remarks that Bantu is equal to Raj as he saved Nandu and the family, thereby giving Bantu 50% of its shares.

Yasu then asks Valmiki to train Raj for five years to be as competent as Bantu and become the CEO. After arriving at Valmiki’s house, Raj, however, feels that Valmiki, with a nurse’s help, should have switched the babies 25 years ago so he could’ve ended up at Valmiki’s house and Bantu at Ramachandra’s, much to the dismay of Valmiki. Meanwhile, Bantu heads to his new office as the CEO with his wife Amulya in a helicopter, making Valmiki jealous.

%%5.Athadu %%

%%Athadu (transl. He) is a 2005 Indian Telugu-language action thriller film written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas. The film features an ensemble cast of Mahesh Babu, Trisha, Sonu Sood, Sayaji Shinde, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Prakash Raj, Nassar, Sunil, Rahul Dev and Brahmanandam.[1] It was produced by D. Kishore and M. Ram Mohan under the Jayabheri Arts banner while actor Murali Mohan was the presenter of the film. Story, Screenplay and Dialogues were penned by Srinivas while Sirivennela Sitaramasastri and Viswa penned the lyrics for the songs. The soundtrack was scored by Mani Sharma. K. V. Guhan handled the cinematography of the film while Sreekar Prasad edited it. Thota Tharani was the art director of the film while Peter Hein was the stunt and fight choreographer.

The screenplay of this film is inspired from Rajesh Khanna starrer Roti (1974 film) which was directed by Manmohan Desai, and was earlier remade in telugu as Neram Nadi Kadu Akalidi.

The film went on to become one of the highest grossing Telugu films in and marked Mahesh Babu’s career resurgence after a few unsuccessful films.[2] It won 3 Nandi Awards and a Filmfare Awards South in Best Director category. It was later remade in Hindi as Ek starring Bobby Deol & Shriya Saran and in Bengali Bangladesh as Rastar Chele starring Kazi Maruf & Shahara and in Bengali as Wanted starring Jeet & Srabanti.%%

%%6. Enthiran%%

%%The story revolves around the struggle of a scientist K. Vaseegaran (Rajinikanth) to control his humanoid robot named Chitti (also Rajinikanth), after Chitti’s software is upgraded to give it the ability to comprehend and exhibit human emotions. The project backfires when Chitti falls in love with Vaseegaran’s girlfriend, Sana (Rai), and is manipulated by Bohra (Denzongpa), a rival scientist, into becoming homicidal.

After being stalled in the development phase for nearly a decade, the film’s principal photography began in 2008 and lasted two years. The film marked the debut of Legacy Effects studio (which was responsible for the film’s prosthetic make-up and animatronics) in Indian cinema. Enthiran was released worldwide on 1 October 2010, along with its dubbed versions: Robot in Hindi and Robo in Telugu. Produced by Kalanithi Maran, it was India’s most expensive film up to that point.

The film received generally positive reviews upon release. Critics were particularly appreciative of Rajinikanth’s performance as Chitti, Rathnavelu’s cinematography, Cyril’s art direction and the visual effects by V. Srinivas Mohan. Enthiran emerged as the highest-grossing Indian film of 2010 and is among the highest-grossing Indian films in history. It won two National Film Awards, three Filmfare Awards, seven Vijay Awards and two Screen Awards. Enthiran was followed by a standalone sequel, 2.0, which released in 2018.%%

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