The new year is here. And before films start to trickle down to theatres, we take a quick look at most anticipated releases of 2015
With trailer of Ajith's Yennai Arindhaal and #PawanKalyanOnTwitter trending all over social media, the year 2015 has kicked off on an exciting note. In coming months, we are about to witness a huge number of films, some great and some disappointing. On the onset of 2015, I take you on a tour of 10 most anticipated films of the year, for which fans are awaiting with bated breath. Without much delay, lets take a look at what 2015 has on store for movie buffs.
Shankar's magnum opus I starring Vikram and Amy Jackson is one of the first films to look out for, as it gears for Pongal release. With splendid trailer, chart busting music from AR Rahman and tremendous buzz around the film, I is expected to be one of the highest grossing flicks of the year.
With Pawan Kalyan playing the iconic role of Lord Krishna, stepping into Akshay Kumar's shoes in Telugu remake of Oh My God!, Gopala Gopala has been creating headlines as it marks Power Star's comeback into films after succesful transition into politics. The film also boasts star studded cast of Venkatesh, Shriya Saran and Mithun Chakroborty.
Gautham Menon joins hands with Thala Ajith for the most awaited action entertainerof 2015, Yennai Arindhaal, which also stars Trisha, Anushka Shetty and Arun Vijay. The film has been trending on social media thanks to it's kickass trailer, foot tapping numbers and Ajith's massive fan following online. Slated to release on January 29, fans can't seem to control their excitement to see Ajith in action on big screen.
SS Rajamouli's magnum opus period film, Baahubali, is touted to release this year in two parts. The film starring Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Rana Daggubati and Tamannaah is said to be made at a whopping budget of Rs 150 crores. With sprawling sets, organised battle sequences, Baahubali is finally expected to see the light in 2015, after tirelessly shot over two and a half years.
Kamal Haasan's comedy, Uttama Villain, which was supposed to release on his birthday, is now expected to release in first quarter of 2015. Kamal is said to be playing a dual role in the film – one of a Theyyam artist and an ancient tribal. The film is ocnsidered really special by moviegoers as it will feature late K Balachander for one last time.
Tollywood awaits another historical film, Rudhramadevi, starring Anushka, Allu Arjun and Rana Dagubatti. The film, which has been shot over two years, is considered to be a very special film for Anushka, who plays the warrior queen in the film. Allu Arjun and Rana play real life historic characters too. It will be interesting to see if it matches with Baahubali from stride to stride.
The sequel to the 2012 blockbuster, Vishwaroopam, starring Kamal in the lead, has been in the pipeline for way too long. Though the shooting for completed by March last year, the film has been put on hold due to technical difficulties in post production phase. Vishwaroopam 2 is finally expected to see the light in 2015, closely following Uttama Villain to the theatres.
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