As summer arrived, Nithin came up with a feel good love story Gunde Jaari Gallanthayindhe. The younger audience liked the film for good music, love story and the entertainment it offered. This film became the biggest hit in Nithin’s career and it is estimated that the movie made a business of Rs.20 Cr! After a long time Naga Chaitanya also managed to score a hit and showed his “Thadaka”. Although a remake of Tamil hit Vettai, it was modified to suit the Telugu audience. Another small budget film Prema Katha Chitram scored a big hit at the box-office. The combination of Horror and Entertainment was received well by the audience. Krishna’s nephew Sudheer Babu finally tasted success.
Movies with high expectations bombed at the Box-Office and big heroes couldn’t taste much success. Venkatesh’s Shadow was a big flop while Greekuveerudu and Iddaramayilatho couldn’t win the hearts of the audience. Jr.NTRs ‘Baadshah’ wavered between Hit and Average talk and eventually settled as an average grosser. With great difficulty the film it managed to get back the investments. Small Budget films inspired by Ee Rojullo and Bus Stop also couldn’t gain fruitful results.
Film Industry is going to witness hulchul in the coming days with upcoming releases of Yevadu, Ramayya Vatavayya and Attarintiki Daredi. All these films have high expectations and the film industry is pinning high hopes on the second half of the year. If all the Big Budget films run successfully and Small Budget films earn a good name - 2013 would be a Hit year for Film Industry!
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