Here in T’town, we know we are blessed with ample entertainment and of course few experiments here and there…

When everyone is about to generalize that T’wood is so “monotonous” and even people were getting habituated to the ‘mono’, he came and announced that “all films are not alike” with his ‘Aithe’. This marked yet another drift in the evolving contemporary Telugu filmmaking. Suddenly, the spotlights were focused onto small films and off-kilter storylines. The critics and cine pundits too kept mum for a while starring at the wonders created by this miniscule yet commendable attempt that even won a National Award [in 2003]. And that’s what ‘Aithe’ has got to tell us but that is just a ‘comma’, the story is still pending…

When someone enquired who the man who dug a new channel is, he was none other than Chandrasekhar Yeleti, the one who brought smile to our television in the name of ‘Amrutham’ which was by then busy bearing family dramas and lady villains. Amrutam broke the mold and introduced this man to the silver screen. But, he didn’t take the trodden path come what may. Here comes he with yet another experiment – Anukokunda Okaroju (2005) and there he bags a Nandi Award (Silver) for its exemplary Screenplay. And there is more…

Can you ever imagine a film happening in just one location and that too like an airport with just cast in single digits? Then here is Prayanam, yet another quintessential experiment for you.
Chandrasekhar Yeleti, who hails from East Godavari district, is a cousin of eminent producer and filmmaker Gunnam Gangaraju [Little Soldiers, Amrutam et al] and even worked as an assistant director for Little Soldiers (1996).

After a while, this pro director is back into action with Sahasam, the most courageous and happening attempt in recent times. With the film faring well at the box-office in spite of the lukewarm response, he is our SENSATIONAL STAR OF THE WEEK!

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