The Best Telugu Short Films of All Times

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Telugu is the mother land of the Telugu folks and hence they hold the top position in most Telugu film contests. The best Telugu film won the competition of the month- Best Telugu film, Telugu Latha (2016). All the 20 films in this season have been won by Telugu movies. The awards and accolades don't augur well with the Telugu film fraternity but they are immensely accepted by the film directors, producers, and actors. The film crews and actors are keener on celebrating these achievements with every honor and the Telugu film festival in Andhra Pradesh is also well planned and organized. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQM2aqVI0Fbuolme6lHVmTQ


The Telugu film fraternity has its share of glory stories, which are interwoven into the very fabric of our lives. The very mention of this genre brings in brilliant visuals and mesmerizing performances. Some of these Telugu short films that can be downloaded from the official youtube site are: "Killer", "Nanban", "Mankatha" and "Lawerence". There is another interesting story of a young engineer who was separated from his family when he went to work at an oil rig in the middle of a war zone. After a while in the field, he fell ill and had to be hospitalized. He was given a new life by a doctor who changed his ways by learning the Telugu dialect. Telugu Short Films


The film directors have now launched a viral campaign and inviting the film lovers to download the latest short films and Telugu love movies from the official youtube channel. This initiative is taken up after the success of the last film "Nanban". This latest short films is a remake of an old popular movie called "Mankatha" which was a box office hit recently.


"Nanban" is based on the novel written by Mahesh Manjishtha. The movie follows a young engineer, Nanban, who is thrown into the center of a controversy after getting into a fight with some locals following a local dispute. There is fierce competition among the engineering schools in the town and Nanban finds himself pitted against an unknown and charismatic boy who also happens to be his friend. The movie contains a touching love story between Nanban and this boy.


The movie is directed by S.S. Rajamouli, an acclaimed director with experience in the short film's segment of the industry. Besides Manjishtha, this movie also boasts of some other talented artists. The movie has some fantastic special effects, songs and dialogues, which are sure to mesmerize the movie lovers. The stunning music contains the theme songs of the movie along with some original songs by the music band "Makar." The movie contains great martial arts and the fighting scenes are very realistic. The special songs in the movie include the theme song of "Aiyya Ayy", "Ranjira" and many more.


"Phool" is another Telugu short films that were directed by S.S. Rajamouli. This movie explores the relationship between a young man and his deceased father. Aiyya (Sheena Dhawan), a reserved girl studying in college, gets to meet a boy who happens to be her senior in the college. He takes her to a small shack in the middle of a desert where she witnesses the murder of her own father. The horrific scene drags her back in time and she vows never to forget what she had seen.


"Kurban" is an interesting and charming Telugu short film directed by S.S. Rajamouli. The movie revolves around an alcoholic telemarketer who tries to manipulate a young girl for his own pleasures. The movie is full of hilarious sequences, good dialogues, and great story. Most of all, the movie makes you forget about your worries and enjoy the comedy from start to finish.


If you are planning to watch a Telugu film soon, these three films will not disappoint. All three of them are at the top of their genre and they will make you laugh and smile. You can also check out a few other Telugu short films online. These films have been voted as the best Telugu movies of all times on the best websites of film. So, what are you waiting for?

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