5 Prestigious Films Halted Mid Way

Nov 28, 2015

Telugu cinema, also known by its sobriquet Tollywood, is a part of Indian cinema producing films in the Telugu language and making the highest business ever. It plays a key role in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. In the years 2005, 2006 and 2008 the industry has produced the largest number of films in India, exceeding the number of films produced in Bollywood. The industry holds the Guinness World Record for the largest film production facility in the world. As per the CBFC report of 2012, the industry is placed second in India, in terms of films produced yearly. The making of the epic film Baahubali was featured in BBC's documentary on 100 Years of Indian cinema directed by Sanjeev Bhaskar.
The industry which has a vast history now is suffering from the routine mark. It is being also revealed that the industry has many films that are unfinished. The producers start several films but also at the same time, in several cases many films fail to hit the theatres in many cases. Here, today Andhrapulse has come up with a new interesting topic that deals with the films that were not at all released. Several times the film will start their shoot and the makers face difficulties in the finances and also problems during the post production and release. Here is a list of films that failed to take off and some were halted in the pre production stages it self and the fans really hope that these films take off one fine day! Have a look at it.

1. RGV's film with Chiranjeevi.
RGV left the project because sanjay dutt released from jail.
2. Balakrishna's Narthanashala
The film halted because of sudden death of Soundarya.
3. Venkatesh's Savitri with Maruthi
4. Ram Charan's Merupu
Ram Charan Teja wasn’t happy with the script after first schedule, this lead to budget issues and finally project was shelved.
 5. Kamal Haasan's marma Yogi.