Thi Friday, two Telugu films are competing with one another, first one is Priyadarshi’s Mallesham and the second one is Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya. Both films are in contrast with one another. The latter is more of a detective one, Mallesham is a biopic about how one man how he invents Asu machine that processes yarn for sarees mechanically after seeing the woman in his life with pain.
Mallesham stars Priyadarshi, Ananya Nagalla and Jhansi in pivotal roles. We bring to you how the audience reacted on Twitter catching up with Mallesham.
#Mallesham in New Jersey…
Inspiring movie. Proud of the whole team's effort. This movie portrayed that one should never give up and continue working hard to achieve their dreams!
Good job guys 👏😊👏 pic.twitter.com/z8AbNz4O65
— Lavanya Boopalam (@realtorlavanya) June 21, 2019
What an incredible n inspiring story it is. A story which should be heard ✌🙏 @priyadarshi_i anna may be your gut to accept this kind of story will remove your so-called comedian title and you will be remembered as an actor 👍 Kudos to team #Mallesham 🎉🎉🎉
— Rakesh Kethi (@TheKethi) June 20, 2019
#Mallesham – What a Beautiful film it is…❤️ Cheera Nesinanta Andamgaa teesaaru cinema ni… repetitive process ye But ade kada end product kosam andaru pade struggle… So, Few Hiccups can be ignored ..!! మల్లేశం. Simple, Beautiful, Inspirational… 👍 Worthwatch 👌 pic.twitter.com/VfidsZYpmM
— Cinema Fan (@CinemaFan14) June 20, 2019
— Pacckup (@pacckup) June 20, 2019
#Mallesham is a a great story well woven,The story of an unforgettable Journey of a common man who made the lives of weavers easy. Honest movie with some terrific performances & great nativity. Specially @priyadarshi_i excels with all the supporting cast,Don’t miss @SureshProdns pic.twitter.com/bCM9uT7lXN
— Aakashavaani (@TheAakashavaani) June 20, 2019
— Hemanth Kumar C R (@crhemanth) June 13, 2019
#Mallesham will hit screens in a few minutes. It's a film that must be encouraged. More than a film, it's a genuine take on aspirations and hardwork. It not only represents the livelihood of textile weavers, but also presents the innocence of culture & language. @priyadarshi_i
— Ranjith Kumar (@TheGabbeta) June 20, 2019
My review of #Mallesham: I liked how the director, Raj, transports us to a milieu we don't often see in Telugu cinema, to narrate a tale of tenacity & triumph. And, it's @priyadarshi_i's finest performance till date.https://t.co/2VOLl3VH6a pic.twitter.com/2M7ARtNzeN
— sangeetha devi (@Sangeetha_Devi) June 20, 2019