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10 most underrated Telugu films

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Gamyam

Gamyam

Two guys, one a thief and the other filthy rich, meet each other in a journey started by the latter in search of his love.

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Midhunam

Midhunam

Wedded together for fifty years, knowing each other inside out, Appadaasu and Buchchi Laxmi fill their retired days with raw quarrels and ripe loves. Emotional entanglements enslave them to each other to such an extent that they break bonds even with their own kith and kin. It is common for stray notes to sprout up when two people live with each other and associate. But, veteran orchestrators as they are, they conjure up symphonies out of thin air with the magic wand of their love and set up Harmony in the Music of their Married Life.

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Aa Naluguru

Aa Naluguru

The movie showcases the struggle of a man who believes that human relations are more important than money

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Aithe

Aithe

Irfan Khan (Pavan Malhotra) is a key mafia affiliate in Mumbai. Khan is on the wanted list of criminals in Hyderabad with a bounty of 50 lakhs. Aiming to migrate to Dubai so that he could remotely control the operations in Mumbai, Khan devised a plan of hijacking a plane from Hyderabad to Kathmandu. His plan consisted of getting four of his own men to hijack a domestic flight from Hyderabad to Kathmandu(destined for Mumbai) in which he is a passenger. The home minister is also in the flight, and the four men are to release all the passengers and concentrate on the Home minister. From Kathmandu, he planned to go to Dubai. For the hijack operation, he organised a group of four intelligent men who were in dire need for money and who do not have a criminal record. The audience is made to believe in the beginning that the four central characters are these four men, but in fact they kidnap Khan before the flight takes off, aiming to get the prize money. They hide Khan in a forest and call the Assistant Commissioner of Police, who is a double agent for the mafia. When the ACP does not yield(as he wants them to release Khan), one of the four, Kumar, does a deal with the Mafia and obtains a bag with 2 crore. However, the bag in which the money is kept in has a bomb in it. When Kumar tells the others that he has done this, they back out, and he also joins with them, just in time. Meanwhile, Khan's assistant, Musharraf, comes and takes Khan from the forest, but is stopped by IB agent Zaheer Khan, who has been following the four men and Musharraf all throughout the movie. Finally, the four friends come back to their house and find a bag which they had lost with a note from Zaheer explaining everything. The bag also has, to their joy, their prize money.

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Amma Cheppindi

Amma Cheppindi

Bose (Sharwanand), a mentally underdeveloped youngster. His family includes his father, who is a scientist in a rocket center, his mother (Suhasini), who dotes on him and his academically bright brother. Bose is considered to be dumb in the residential township and he is looked down upon. When Inter-Services Intelligence plans to bomb the rocket center during a prominent event, Bose helps the township and the country with his heroic deed as his token of appreciation to his doting mother.

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Malli Malli Idi Raani Roju

Malli Malli Idi Raani Roju

Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju is a feel good love story which stays within your heart.

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Ala Ela

Ala Ela

A romantic comedy that involves a dying grandfather's wish for his grandson to marry a village girl chosen for him by the grandfather. The reluctant grandson agrees to meet the girl assuming a fake identity and later falls in love with her.

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Vanaja

Vanaja

Vanaja, the 15 year old daughter of a financially troubled fisherman goes to work in the local landlady's house in hopes of learning Kuchipudi dance. She does well, but when the Landlady's son returns from the US, what begins as innocent sexual chemistry turns ugly, ending in a rape - a rape of a minor. Set in rural South India, a place where social barriers are built stronger than ancient fort walls, the film explores the chasm that divides classes as a young girl struggles to come of age.

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Andari Bandhuvaya

Andari Bandhuvaya

Nandu (Sarwanand), a village youth who works in a city, is altruistic. His colleague, Paddu (Padma Priya), is a composed girl, who is particular about spending each and every rupee for her own good. Yet, both are surprised at each others' attitude towards philanthropy, and still being friends. Paddu slowly falls in love with Nandu for all his nobility. A situation so develops that Nandu pledges his eyes and heart for a loan of Rs 5 lakh, which he distributes for public good. When the money lender, who happens to be a goon, arrives to claim the heart and eyes of Nandu (as he fails to repay the loan), what happens? It forms the crux of the story. As the film touches the sidelined in society and yet perennial topics inside the man like money, sex and selfishness, there is a possibility that it could tickle the senses of the youth. Watching this movie will not bring any disappointment to the audience, though it has the A certification.

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Baanam

Baanam

The journey of a young IPS aspirant Bhagat who is the son of a former Naxalite.