Top 4 South Indian Films About Friendship

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Top 4 South Indian Films About Friendship :

Throughout the years, southern silver screen has celebrated this unique obligation of companionship through some very much created and profoundly convincing motion pictures. Here’s a list at some well-known movies which make us understand the genuine significance of unadulterated and magnanimous relationship.

Sneham Kosam: Featuring MEGASTAR Chiranjeevi in a dual part, ‘Sneham Kosam’ touched upon the delicate companionship between a rich man and his dedicated worker. Directed by KS Ravikumar, the motion picture ended up being a basic and business achievement, helping the Telugu megastar sack a Filmfare honor. Interestingly, it was ravikumar very own change Telugu film ‘Natpukkaga’.

Top 4 South Indian Films About Friendship

Top 4 South Indian Films About Friendship

Thalapathi: Based on the fellowship in the middle of Karna and Duryodhana as portrayed in the ‘Mahabharat’, “Thalapathi” is maybe best associated with the crackling compatibility in the middle of Rajinikanth and Mammootty. Directed by Mani Ratnam and released in 1991, the film has procured a faction status throughout the years. Interestingly, “Thalapathi” denoted the last coordinated effort in the middle of Ratnam and music maestro Illaiyaraaja. It was later on named into Hindi and Telugu as ‘Dalapathy’.

Friends: Released in 1999, “Friends” highlighted how breaks grow in the fellowship between three young fellows due to the activities of a manipulative old woman. Highlighting Jayaram, Mukesh and Sreenivasan in lead parts, this Siddique-coordinated drama was later on revamped in Tamil under the same title. By chance, the Tamil variant, which included Suriya and Vijay in the lead roles, too was directed by Siddique himself.

Snehaloka: Boasting of a few pleasant tunes from Hamsalekha, “Snehloka” included a group cast toplined by Ramesh Aravind and Ramkumar. Released in 1999, it got positive audits on account of its delicate delineation of the unsettled relationship between two school friends. Reportedly, it was coordinated by S Mahendar.