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Thursday, February 25, 2021

First Telugu Netflix original ‘Pitta Kathalu’ is a tale of powerful women

The First Telugu Netflix original, Pitta Kathalu has been creating waves with its teaser already. An anthology film, it is the story of women and has four directors – namely Tharun Bhascker, B V Nandini Reddy, Nag Ashwin, and Sankalp Reddy. This comes after the first Tamil anthology Paava Kadhaigal.

Pitta Kathalu, the first Telugu Netflix original means short stories and well, it counts for something after all. The story is about four women played by Amala Paul, Shruti Haasan, Eesha Rebba, and Lakshmi Manchu. The primary cast of Pitta Kathalu includes the likes of Ashima Narwal, Jagapathi Babu, Satyadev, Srinivas Avasarala, Saanve Megghana, and Sanjith Hegde.

The film will stream from February 19 and is produced by RSVP Movies along with Flying Unicorn Entertainment. Check out the trailer of the movie right here!

The first Telugu Netflix original:

With this movie, we see things come in from a different perspective, from a women’s perspective, and that is an absolute highlight. As Paava Kadhaigal saw the OTT platform foray in Tamil cinema, here’s the first Telugu Netflix original. To add to that, this sure looks as intriguing as is impressive. The cast of Pitta Kathalu is also one that is interesting and also a skilled set of actors.

South cinema has been evolving and how, and this sure is a step in the right direction, to say the least. With Netflix, we are hoping for more of what we’ve seen to come. For me, the transition started with the amazing movie that C U Soon was. And with another original on its way, I sure have high hopes ahead.

While this may just be the beginning of what’s in store, it is an impressive one. With regional cinema being accepted widely and quality content being given the due importance, there’s a lot that is to wait for and look forward to!

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