Amazon Prime is quickly becoming one of, if not the most popular streaming services in India, thanks to its low price and regular delivery of high-quality content.
There are a lot of Telugu movies available on Amazon Prime Video, and we’ve compiled a list of the best of the best for you to enjoy.
RANGASTHALAM is based on the narrative of two brothers, Chittibabu and Kumar Babu (Raman and Samantha Akkineni), who fight their village’s corrupt government body, the village’s president Phanindra Bhupathi (Raman).
As a Telugu film, Rangasthalam stands out because of its realistic action sequences, which keep the audience riveted.
2. Arjun Reddy
Arjun Reddy, one of Telugu cinema’s most successful films in recent years, is still worth seeing. As a high-functioning alcoholic surgeon, Arjun Reddy (Vijay Deverakonda) has anger management issues and is married to Preethi Shetty (Shalini Pandey). After their wedding, he goes on a self-destructive road.
The film’s raw and honest performances by Deverakonda and Shalini, as well as its engaging premise, set it apart from the typical Telugu cinema love stories.
Mayabazar, one of the most important films of all time, is based on the folk story Sasirekha Parinayam, which in turn is based on the epic Mahabharata. Despite the limits of technology, the picture was ahead of its time and deserves all the praise it receives.
Abhimanyu’s son Abhimanyu and his love Savitri are reunited by Krishna and Ghatotkacha’s efforts to bring them back together. Because it was created without the aid of computer graphics, Mayabazar is considered a technical masterpiece. The Mayabazar is a must-see if you’re seeking for an all-time great.
4. K.G.F Chapter 1
Prashanth Neel and K.G.F. wrote and directed the film. A young guy named “Rocky” travels in Mumbai hoping to fulfill the dying wish of his mother, who begged him to become powerful and wealthy in Chapter 1, the first in a two-part narrative.
The action and direction are top-notch, the dialogue is impactful, and Yash does an outstanding job as Rocky in the film. The film’s cinematography is stunning, and the soundtrack perfectly complements the film’s tone, making it one of the country’s best action pictures.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy is the subject of a biographical film, Yatra, based on the 2003 padayatra he took while representing the Indian National Congress. Mammootty plays Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy in the film, which was written and directed by Mahi V Raghav.
Instead of focusing on political issues, the video focuses on the difficulties faced by the farmers. When he takes on the role of YSR, Mammootty turns in an impressive and convincing performance. As a whole, Yatra is an emotional rollercoaster, full of memorable moments and impressive performances.
6. Gang Leader
Nani’s Gang Leader is an excellent pick if you’re seeking for a change of pace and something lighthearted. Five ladies seek the help of a crime novelist to avenge the deaths of their loved ones in this Vikram Kumar-directed film.
There’s a lot to like about The Premise, including its originality, well-developed characters, and clever use of comedy. The plot has enough twists and turns to keep you engaged, but it’s the characters’ connection that shines the brightest. There is nothing bad to say about this action-packed flick.
7. The Ghazi
Ghazi is an Indian war film written and directed by Sankalp Reddy, the film stars Rana Daggubati and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles, the plot revolves around the Indian submarine S21, and its attempt to stop a Pakistani submarine from secretly attacking the Vizag port, based on the mysterious sinking of PNS Ghazi during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.
In Ghazi, there is no BS, the picture adheres to the plot and keeps loyal to it, with the help of a supportive background score, which helps to create an eerie mood. This film’s visual effects are impressive. Ghazi is a must-see for anyone interested in Indian war films.
8. Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya
As a Nellore detective investigates the case of a body found near a railway track, the film stars Naveen Polishetty and Shruti Sharma in the key parts, and it narrates the narrative of a Nellore detective who gets into hot water when he becomes involved in the investigation of the case.
When it comes to thriller and detective films, you’ll appreciate Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya. The story is gripping and the screenplay is strong. Navin Polisheety is the heart and soul of the picture, showcasing his acting prowess in every scene. For an action-thriller, Agent Sai Srinivasan Athreya ranks as one of the best out there.
Actors Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Sudeep feature in this action film directed by S. S. Rajamouli titled “Eega.” Nani, a young guy who was brutally murdered by a wealthy businessman, is resurrected as a fly in the story’s central role.
Rajamouli’s directing and writing sparkle throughout Eega, which is one of the most unusual films in the Telugu cinema industry. However, Sudeep steals the show with his excellent performance. The plot is so engrossing that you begin to care about its protagonists. Eega is a must-see if you’re seeking for a unique film with excellent acting.
Sree Vishnu, Nivetha Thomas, Nivetha Pethuraj, and Satyadev Kancharana star in Vivek Athreya’s crime comedy thriller Brochevarevarura. Brochevarevarura is a breath of fresh air compared to the typical comedy pictures that we are used to seeing in the business. The plot revolves around three Intermediate students who keep failing their exams year after year.
The film’s direction is superb, and the cast is strong. If you’re searching for a thriller with plenty of laughs and memorable characters, Brochevarevarura checks all the right boxes.
11. Happy Days
Sekhar Kammula wrote and directed one of those films that has grown in cult reputation through time: Happy Days. To convey the narrative of eight engineering students and their relationship and how they deal with various challenges, Happy Days is a nostalgic film that will remind you of your college days. The film stars Varun Sandesh and Tamannaah in the key roles.
Actors do an excellent job and have wonderful chemistry in the film, which keeps you invested in the tale. If you’re looking for anything to cheer you up, Happy Days is the film for you.
12. Gundamma Katha
Originally published in 1962, Gundamma Katha, which is based on William Shakespeare’s comedy, The Taming of the Shrew, is another all-time masterpiece. Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Savitri, and Jamuna are among the film’s other prominent actors.
Gundamma is a rich widow who has two children and a stepdaughter, all of whom she abuses. Two brothers resolve to teach her a lesson about how to treat others. Among the many societal themes the film tackles are those of dowry, female oppression, and child abuse, and the performances by N. T. Rama Rao and Akkineni Nageswara Rao, as well as the supporting cast, all contribute to the film’s status as a classic.