Happy birthday Anushka Shetty: Anushka Shetty is a trailblazer. Despite starring in quite a few hero-centric plans, she has over the years charted her path with several female-centric films that have advanced to the public as well as agreed at the box office. On Anushka Shetty’s birthday today, we list 5-films from her work that have a pan-Indian proposal and would work even now if remade in any style.
Kodi Ramakrishna’s Arundhati is one of the most massive female-led films in Indian cinema. The film not only shook the box office but introduced audiences to a never seen before moving dimension of Anushka Shetty who had so far predominantly formed in hero-centric commercial potboilers. Arundhati perhaps a decade old but the film still makes for an enjoyable watch even today. With its perfect blend of horror and romance elements, the movie still holds great pan Indian appeal and can be changed in any language even today. The film went on to set Anushka as the next great female superstar next actor Vijayashanti.
Gunasekar’s Rudhramadevi is the minor -known story of a brave queen from Kakatiya dynasty of Telangana. Installed on an epic scale, the film marked Anushka play the titular role with effortless ease, and she went on to show nobody can play such characters as she could. The film may not have set out to be as successful as Arundhati, but it sure led to inspiring audiences by telling the story of unsung hero queen Rudhramadevi. Despite named and released in multiple languages, the film didn’t have a full release and forwent ignored past Telugu states. For all these who loved SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali franchise, here’s a movie that will surprise you & stay connected even after many years.
Size Zero/ Inji Iduppazhagi
Written by Kanika Dhillon and led by Prakash Kovelamudi, Size Zero is the story of a modern woman with weight issues & all the problems she has to suffer due to them. The film’s core theme of encompassing oneself despite what culture sees as ‘flaws’ will resonate well in years to come. However, the film’s comical treatment of the case didn’t quite convey what it intended most effectively. The movie, which together released in Tamil and Telugu, bombed at the box office but as a question Size Zero is solid Bollywood stuff. It needs some tweaking in the way, but its strong core can request to audiences beyond languages.
G. Ashok directed Bhaagmathie showed once again why Anushka Shetty can headline a female-centric project more convincingly than the most maximum of her peers. A horror-thriller, the film starred Anushka in the role of an IAS officer who takes badly embroiled in a case. The film takes the tried-and-tested horror route using several in genre tropes to entertain, but what remains a well fleshed-out thriller that leads to deceive & entertain the audience at the same time. It’s odd that the film still hasn’t been changed in any language notwithstanding its mega box-office success.
Anushka Shetty’s future major release will be multilingual thriller Nishabdam, which will see her perform a mute artist. In the film, she becomes the prime observer of the murder of an essential character. Shot only in Seattle, the movie also stars R. Madhavan as Anushka’s husband, and he performs a blind musician. Being directed by Hemant Madhukar, the film is primarily a thriller, and that’s one of the reasons why it’s release in multiple languages. Popular Hollywood actor Michael Madsen has performed a pivotal role in the movie which is gearing up for release early next year. once again Happy birthday Anushka Shetty