Tollywood movies which came up with conceptual plots& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Regular commercial movies showcase the love story between the lead actors, high-end fight sequences and a couple of emotional scenes. But these days, directors and actors are moving away from these regular plots and are moving out of their comfort zone, picking unique and interesting storylines.
Especially when it comes to Tollywood, most of the filmmakers are showcasing their talent by opting for tricky plots. Not focussing on the end result, these youngsters are proving their mettle by becoming successful in narrating these stories perfectly on the big screens.
All the credit goes to their talent and movies like Zombie Reddy, Awe! C/O Kancherlapalem and 1:Nenokkadine are the best examples of these kinds of plots. Well, let us have a brief look into the concepts of these movies.
It is all known that the Zombie Reddy movie is the first kind of ‘Zombie’ conceptual movie of Tollywood. The young director Prasanth Varma also showcased how the deadly coronavirus is spreading rapidly in this plot by adding the Rayalseema faction concept to it. Being the conceptual collaboration of many elements, the movie didn’t last long in the theatres but Prashant and Teja Sajja bagged compliments for their best trail from all corners of Tollywood.
Even this movie is a Prashant Varma directorial. Being a psychological cross-genre, this film has an ensemble cast of Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menen, Regina Cassandra, Eesha Rebba, Srinivas Avasarala, Priyadarshi Pullikonda and Murali Sharma. This multi-starrer film showcases multiple bylines and makes us witness how Kajal Aggarwal is suffering from multiple personality disorder. The tragic end leaves the audience with a strong impression.
Being an ace filmmaker Sukumar directorial, this movie made the audience totally confused with Mahesh essaying the role of a schizophrenic. He showcases India’s best rockstar who goes in search of the killers of his parents. He faces many hurdles and finally remembers his home where most of his childhood memories make him reminisce about his parents. Along with it, he kills all the antagonists and also helps the Indian Government by giving them the sample of ‘Golden Rice’.
This movie is a slice of life anthology film which is written and directed by young filmmaker Venkatesh Maha. Featuring more than 80 new faces and non-actors, this movie showcased the story of four couples who are been facing issues with age, religion, caste and class barriers. The movie finally ends how these couples break the social barriers and unite for the sake of love.