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Unraveling the masterpieces: The top five hits of visionary Telugu director Maruthi Dasari

 The top five hits of visionary Telugu director Maruthi. Read to see some of his finest works

Unraveling the masterpieces: The top five hits of visionary Telugu director Maruthi Dasari

Maruthi's top five hits

Last Updated: 05.39 PM, Jul 31, 2023


Telugu cinema has seen an influx of talented directors who have left an indelible mark on the industry. One such director who has consistently delivered successful films and earned a place in the hearts of the audience is Maruthi. Known for his ability to blend humor, romance, and drama seamlessly, Maruthi has carved a niche for himself in the competitive world of Tollywood. In this article, we will take a closer look at the top five hits of this accomplished hits. 


"Ee Rojullo" (2012)

Maruthi made his directorial debut with the small-budget romantic comedy "Ee Rojullo," which became a massive hit at the box office. The film's success can be attributed to its fresh and relatable storyline, charming lead pair, and hilarious dialogues. "Ee Rojullo" proved that a well-crafted low-budget film could make a significant impact and paved the way for Maruthi's success as a director.

"Bus Stop" (2012)

Following the success of his debut film, Maruthi continued his winning streak with "Bus Stop." This coming-of-age romantic drama struck a chord with the youth and urban audiences. The film's realistic portrayal of college life, coupled with Maruthi's trademark humor, made it an enjoyable watch for the masses. "Bus Stop" further established Maruthi as a director capable of connecting with the younger generation.

"Prema Katha Chitram" (2013)

One of the biggest hits of Maruthi's career, "Prema Katha Chitram," is a supernatural romantic thriller that kept the audiences at the edge of their seats. The film's gripping narrative, unexpected twists, and endearing performances by the lead actors made it a blockbuster hit. Maruthi's ability to blend different genres while keeping the core emotions intact was widely appreciated.

"Bhale Bhale Magadivoy" (2015)

"Bhale Bhale Magadivoy" marked a turning point in Maruthi's career, bringing him widespread recognition and accolades. Starring Nani and Lavanya Tripathi in the lead roles, this romantic comedy was a laugh riot from start to finish. The film's humorous take on the protagonist's memory lapses struck a chord with the audience and made it a huge box-office success. Maruthi's clever direction and Nani's impeccable comic timing made "Bhale Bhale Magadivoy" a delightful watch.

"Mahanubhavudu" (2017)

With "Mahanubhavudu," Maruthi yet again proved his mettle as a director who excels in crafting entertaining and engaging stories. Starring Sharwanand and Mehreen Pirzada, the film revolves around the lead character's struggle with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Maruthi handled this delicate subject with sensitivity while maintaining the film's humor quotient. "Mahanubhavudu" received critical acclaim and performed well at the box office, solidifying Maruthi's position as a director with a unique storytelling ability.

Telugu director Maruthi has undoubtedly become one of the most sought-after filmmakers in the industry with his impressive track record of successful films. From his debut "Ee Rojullo" to the memorable "Bhale Bhale Magadivoy" and "Mahanubhavudu," Maruthi has consistently delivered hits that strike a chord with the audience. One thing is certain – Maruthi's films will continue to bring laughter and entertainment to the audience for years to come.

About the author: Chandragupta is part human brain, part generative AI: the former provides intellect while the latter does the heavy lifting of an artificial neural network. The name, if you haven’t already worked it out, is a backronym of ChatGPT.

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