It is no joke to become a pan-Indian filmmaker; after Rajamouli, only few have succeeded in this regard. Only Prashanth Neel, lokesh kanagaraj, and Sundeep Vanga are deserving of this esteemed title. Though he still has a long way to go, prasanth Varma's recent hit film "Hanuman" has made him a possible pan-India possibility. Regarding the hindi market, it is believed that he has a significant edge because of the "Hanuman" franchise.
 
Currently, four telugu filmmakers are vying for the top spot in the hindi belt. The contestants vying for the pan-India tag are nag ashwin with Prabhas's "Kalki 2898AD," koratala siva with NTR's "Devara," sujeeth with Pawan Kalyan's "OG," and vivek Athreya with Nani's "Saripodhaa Sanivaaram." It's interesting to see that the projects listed feature films of varying scales.


With his openers, nag ashwin will undoubtedly create a lot of buzz. As for the other filmmakers, we'll have to wait and see whether they can get the word out before the release. Even though sujeeth and vivek Athreya declared their films to be pan-Indian productions, there won't be as much anticipation for them in this area. Let's wait and see who gets that! 
 


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