Double delight: Pawan Kalyan and Venkatesh teaming up for 'Oh My God' remake
Suresh Babu Daggubati · Venkatesh Daggubati · Nagarjuna Akkineni · Amala Akkineni · Sumanth Kumar Yarlagadda · Sushanth A. Rana Daggubati · Naga Chaitanya Akkineni · Samantha Akkineni · Akhil Akkineni. Traditions, Hindu. The Daggubati-Akkineni Family is a prominent Indian family with a history in Indian cinema. His sons Suresh Daggubati and Venkatesh Daggubati spread the of his five children, Nagarjuna Akkineni carried forward the family name. Tollywood icons Pawan Kalyan and Venkatesh are teaming up for the Telugu remake of hit Hindi film 'Oh My God!' In fact, Venky and Pawan have maintained a close relationship over the last few years and both are known to share common . Nagarjuna is worried about both his sonsDeccan Chronicle.
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Surprisingly, she is called inside by Alamelu, Gemini's first wife, who dutifully makes sure Savitri is comfortable at their home. Gemini and Savitri make their relationship public. Alamelu and her kids disappear from the scene. In the end, we're given to understand that he still cared about Savitri, thus painting him in sympathetic light.
A hero juggling two wives and the confusion that ensues has often been the content for comical plots in films. But rarely has the trauma and pain a woman undergoes in such situations been addressed.
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Evolution of polygamy in cinema Telugu film critic Mahesh Kathi says that polygamy in cinema evolved out of the "family drama" genre, in which the hero getting into situations of conflicts in marriage was justified. This was also often made appealing to women audiences by citing instances from mythology.
Polygamy has been made acceptable in cinema by taking refuge in mythology, in which most of the Hindu gods are known to have multiple wives, Mahesh adds. A look at the posters of these films reveal the explicitly celebratory tone around bigamy. So what has helped this trend survive in Telugu cinema? Continuous reinforcement of the trend in popular media, including TV serials, work towards normalising bigamy. Later, he starred in films like Majnudirected by Dasari Narayana Raowhich was well received and became successful.
Nagarjuna received positive reviews for his portrayal.
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He then starred in Sankeertanaanother hit directed by debutant Geetha Krishna with music by Ilaiyaraaja. The film was appreciated for its content and music. Inhe starred in the blockbuster Aakhari Poratamscripted by Yandamuri Veerendranathand directed by K. Raghavendra Rao where he was paired opposite Sridevi and Suhasini. In he starred in Janaki Ramudu paired with Vijayashanti. This film, directed again by K. Raghavendra Rao, was also a decent runner.
Though his acting was not up to the standards, he was lucky enough to get more opportunities. In he starred in the Maniratnam -directed romantic drama Geetanjali. Immediately, he saw another success, Siva.
This film marked the debut of leading Bollywood director Ram Gopal Varma. The film is based on college politics, a new genre at that time.
Inhe subsequently made his Bollywood debut with the Hindi remake of the same film titled Shiva. Even the Hindi version saw a huge box-office success. He then starred in the social problem film Jaitra Yatrafor which he received critical reception. All these films did nothing exceptional to Nagarjuna's career as they were only moderately acclaimed and saw only average success. He followed it up with box office hits like KillerNeti SiddharthaChaitanyaand Nirnayamworking with eminent directors such as FazilPrathap Pothen and Priyadarshan.
Nagarjuna thus gained the tagline "Celluloid Scientist" for experimenting with different genres. In the same year he ventured into comedy for the first time with Hello Brother. This was later remade into Hindi as Judwaa and dubbed into Tamil.
The next year, Nagarjuna acted in Annamayyain which he portrayed the role of Annamacharyaa 15th-century Telugu singer and poet. He starred in romantic comedies such as SantoshamManmadhuduand Shivamani. He produced Satyam inwhich starred his nephew Sumanth. InNagarjuna had two releases, Nenunnanu and Mass. The latter was produced by Nagarjuna and directed by choreographer Lawrence Raghavendra.