South Indian Cinemas have been the talk of the town for a really long time now. The most recently celebrated movie ‘RRR’ has sent a strong resonance in the world of International Cinema and has given a major glimpse of the galore and extravagance of South Indian Cinemas. This much-celebrated recent move has put South Indian Cinemas on the global radar. With extraordinary narratives and impeccably choreographed dance sequences, films from the southern region of India have captured the hearts of audiences worldwide.
If you're longing to indulge in some exceptional South Indian cinema in Hindi for the time, look no further than Tata Play South Talkies has got you covered with a selection of South Indian films. From the films of breakout Malayali star Fahadh Faasasil to huge commercial hits of the superstar Nagarjuna, Tata Play South Talkies has an incredible selection of South Indian films dubbed in Hindi.
Here are a few South Indian films to watch on Tata Play South Talkies:
Produced by the Akkineni family, this Telugu film delves deep into the concepts of rebirth and eternal love. Appreciated by audiences and critics alike, ‘Manam’ is the last film of Late actor Nageswara Rao. The film stars the grandfather-father-son trio of Nageswara Rao, Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya. The film follows the life of six-year-old Bittu who is orphaned when his parents die in a car accident. He grows up to become the leading businessman in India. Thirty years on, he runs into a college student, Nagarjuna who looks exactly like his dad. Convinced that Nagarjuna is a re-incarnation of his late father he sets out looking for his mother. This is an intriguing and endearing story spanning decades and is a must-watch for every love-story fan.
This neo-noir psychological thriller film directed and produced by Anwar Rasheed, stars Malayali superstar Fahaadh Faasil. The film which was revered by the critics follows Viju Prasad, played by Faasil, who is a small-time motivational speaker living in Kanyakumari with his mentally unstable younger brother, Kunjan. Faasil’s incredible performance and intriguing plot is the highlight of the film. To all those who question religious norms, Trance is a perfect watch.
For all you crime junkies, the Kannada film Rhymes is a treat. The story revolves around the partnership of police officer Ajay Kumar and crime journalist Avanthika as they delve into a string of murders. To uncover the identity of the killer, they must decipher a series of cryptic rhymes that hold the key to connecting the clues. With an intriguing twist, this film offers a thrilling whodunit experience that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Featuring Ajith Jayraj in a captivating role, Rhymes is a must-watch for all thriller enthusiasts.
‘Sai Bharatha Bahubali’
The film follows the lives of Bharatha and Baahubali who lead a happy-go-lucky existence in a small town. Fate makes them meet Sri, an NRI girl, who is in India on a mission. What follows is a series of adventures and misadventures in the pursuit of Sri's goal. This film is a rib-tickling joy ride and a treat for all comedy lovers. Manju Mandavya has woven the subject of children trying to find their biological parents with various subplots, with sacrifice ultimately being the underlying theme of Sri Bharatha Baahubali. Not only is this film intriguing, but it also delivers genuine excitement through its comedic elements.
The lives of six individuals across the city change just as the city is reeling under floods. This Telugu drama highlights the significance of hope during the bleakest moments. For those eagerly anticipating heartfelt narratives from Tollywood, this film is a must-watch. With remarkable acting and stunning cinematography, it will undoubtedly evoke tears of emotion. Shriya Saran, a beloved figure in Telugu cinema, delivers one of her career's finest performances in this captivating and imaginative tale of hope and yearning.