Amazon Prime Video has announced a slate of Telugu and Tamil movies to its line-up to target subscribers of South Indian cinema.

Some of the titles include:

Bharat Ane Nenu
Touted to be the 3rd highest grossing cinema of all the time, starring Mahesh Babu, Kiara Advani and Prakash Raj in lead roles is an unexpected journey of a student turning the State Leader. The plot will take you through the ups & downs of a man who is adamant about reforming the civic conditions.

Nene Raju Nene Mantri
A Telugu-language political action film starring the acclaimed actor Rana Duggubati and Kajal Aggarwal is a mind-bending story of a money lender who takes-up/joins the political game in order to acquire power.

Kaala
Rajinikanth’s movie ‘Kaala’, directed by Pa Ranjith , is a movie where he plays a slum lord-gangster who fights for the rights of oppressed migrants from Tamil Nadu, who have moved to the slums in Mumbai. This movie also marks the first collaboration between Rajinikant and Nana Patekar. Kaala was more than a movie, it was a perfect treat to fans. Available in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam –on Amazon Prime Video, ‘Kaala’ also features Huma Qureshi, Samudrakani and Eshwari Rao in key roles.

Baahubali: The Beginning & Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
A saga of two brothers battling against each other for throne and power. Starring Prabhas and Rana Duggubati in prominent roles , both the chapters will take you on an adventure of a lifetime.

Rangasthalam
Is a period action film starring Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni in lead roles. It is story of Chittibabu who will go to any length and fight all odds to safeguard the life of his brother. The film is a political play-off with a lot of twists and turns that will keep you hooked and how!

Kadaikutty Singam
For viewers looking for good an action-packed drama, ‘Kadaikutty Singam’ in Tamil is just the right title, streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

Gunasingam, a family-loving farmer who hails from a small town, tries his best to keep his big family united despite being misunderstood by many.