Dil Raju laughs to the bank while his "Fidaa" celebrates his moments at the theaters. When he needed a desperate blow, Sekhar Kammula and Varun Tej breathed in a new layer of oxygen after delivering some problems in the recent past.
This "brand" Sekhar Kammula has a great specialty, however, not just the beginner of Sai Pallavi, but it is especially the Telangana Telugu language accent she speaks in the film. When was the last time you saw a Telangana accent in a movie, it is so easy to click on the Telugu regions? Recent films like Pellichoopulu have only urban jargon Hyderabadi, while movies with full Telangana slang like Pittagoda have floated. But Fidaa did the unthinkable.
In 1997, Dasari Narayana Rao carved "Osey Ramulamma" which is the story of a disadvantaged woman who chooses a pistol and becomes rebellious. With Vijayashanti being the main lady and the film totally installed in the backdrop of Telangana Naxal, it became a cult hit. The women of Andhra and Rayalaseema stormed the theaters to make a superproche. And now, after 20 years, only "Fidaa" witnessed such a response.