My Best Tollywood Movies Made Me Cry No Matter How Much I Watched Them

We all have days when we want to watch an emotional movie and have a good cry. Recent movie trends favour genres like action and history rather than emotional and family movies. The South Indian film industry is our refuge in these situations. Their movies are made in a way that they are capable of leaving us teary-eyed in the end. The family drama portrayed in the South Indian films is so relatable and authentic that it makes the audience feel vivid. Tollywood movies deserve a special mention here. The Tollywood film industry is my favourite. The quality content they prepare is unmatched. I know you are feeling curious as to why I am so mesmerized by Tollywood movies. The answer to your curiosity is the aha OTT platform. Aha is an on-demand video platform that has tailor-made content for Tollywood fans. The content on aha is so rich that you’ll find movies and original web series of every genre. Talking about genres, let me mention the horror content available on aha. The horror movies available on aha are guaranteed to make you lose your sleep! Just kidding. South Indian horror movies are the most accommodating. Not only are they capable of sending chills down your spine, but they also can make you go rolling on the floor laughing. Do you want to experience it too? Let me tell you; Aha is the best thriller movies available out there. But if you want some quality emotional content, here are some recommendations-

Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru: It is a romantic movie that every 90’s kid will relate to; released in 2019 on 29 November, it is directed by Ravi Kiran Kola and produced by Manovikas and Manoj Kumar Katokar. This movie tells the story of a man who falls in love but cannot express his feelings. It features Kiran Abbavaram and RahasyaGorak in the lead roles.

Vaana: Released in 2008 on 15 January, this movie tells the story of a man falling in love with a woman after being saved by her from a near-death incident but later finds out that her father has already arranged her marriage. Starring Vinay Rai as Abhiram and Meera Chopra as Nandhini, this movie is directed and produced by M.S. Raju.

Vedam:Vedam is an anthology film directed and written by Krish and produced by ShobuYarlagadda and Prasad Devineni. The story revolves around five people’s destinies getting entangled with each other in the midst of them being victims of a terrorist attack occurring in the hospital. This movie stars Anushka Shetty as Saroja and our favourite, Allu Arjun, as Cable Raju. This movie was released on 4 June 2010.

Feeling overwhelmed? Aha is the best platform available to stream these movies and many more blockbusters from the Tollywood industry. Subscribe to aha and start best telugu movies and web series. Oh yes, please don’t forget to grab a tissue box!


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