Another language Indian films that have amassed collections in Tamil Nadu .. Tamil cinema that has seen the game
Hello cinema hood readers! We are constantly seeing many interesting cinematic articles on our Cinema Hood website. In that sense, the topic we are looking at today is the highest grossing alternative language Indian films in Tamil Nadu. We only survey Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi movies. Let’s see in a little more detail.
பாகுபலி: How can there be no room for complacency when it comes to collecting hunting movies. Bhagwati, directed by Rajamouli and starring Prabhas Anushka Tamanna Nasser Ramya Krishnan and many others, is a milestone in Telugu cinema. It is noteworthy that the Telugu version of Bhagwati in Tamil Nadu has grossed over Rs 15 crore. This collection should not be combined with the Tamil version of Bhagavad Gita.
Lucifer: Lucifer is a movie directed by Prithviraj and starring Malayalam superstar Mohanlal. Lucifer is an action movie with many interesting twists and turns.
Love: Premam is a movie starring Anupama Parameswaran, Madonna Sebastien, Nivin Pali Sai Pallavi. Director Alphonse Puthiran was telling the interesting story of three different eras of George. Released in 2015, the film was a hit in Chennai alone for over 100 days. The film is said to have grossed up to Rs 7 crore in Tamil Nadu.
அள வைகுண்டபுரலூ: This child change love story starring many including Allu Arjun Pooja Hegde was very well received in Tamil Nadu as it had an interesting twist. The puppet song featured in this film is very popular. The film is said to have grossed up to Rs 8 crore in Tamil Nadu
Chennai Express: Directed by Rohit Shetty and starring Shahrukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Sathyaraj and others, this entertaining film has grossed over Rs 6.5 crore in Tamil Nadu. It is no exaggeration to say that huge crowds flocked to the theaters just to see Charuk Khan’s youthful bouncy performance.
Ek tuje galiye / maro charitra: K Balachander directed the Hindi film Ek Tujhe Galiye starring Kamal Haasan Rathi Madhavi. This picture is taken from the Telugu movie Maro Charitra. The film, which is a serious love story, was celebrated by the fans at that time. History says that the film ran for over 200 days in Chennai alone.
KGF: KGF movie cannot be placed on this list. The reason is that none of the Kannada films are released in Kannada in A. Most of the films themselves are translated and released in Tamil. In that sense the KGF was translated and published in Tamil Nadu. And was a great success. Currently, the second part of it is mixing various theaters in Tamil Nadu.
Kokila: Kokila is a 1997 film directed by Balu Mahendra. This Kannada film starred Kamal Haasan like Sofa Rojaramani. This is where actor Mike Mohan made his debut. The film seems to have run for over 100 days in Chennai alone. Palumakendra also remade the film in Malayalam and Hindi. The films were a success there as well.