Many women have come and gone in the telugu cinema industry, but a few have recovered from failures and returned to popularity. Despite several blunders along the road, kajal aggarwal and tamannaah bhatia have recovered and made their presence felt. Even when they have passed their prime, they still sound like sirens. However, several young heroines have recently lost their forte and desperately need to make a comeback.

Sreeleela, the top siren, will be our first topic of discussion. She suffered a streak of flops following the triumph of her picture "Dhamaka". She hopes to make a return with her forthcoming film, Pawan Kalyan's "Ustaad Bhagat Singh," but she also has Nithin's "Robinhood" and others to establish her worth. Krithi Shetty, a mumbai native, created a name for herself with her debut film "Uppena," but her subsequent projects have failed to please. She's presently attempting to recover her footing with the film "Maname".

Marathi siren Mrunal Thakur rose to prominence with her flicks "Sita Ramam" and "Hi Nanna". However, her most recent picture, "Family Star," was a box office disappointment. She is presently being picky with her endeavours. pooja hegde, a dusky siren, was once a top performer, but her latest flicks have failed to meet expectations. She is presently seeking for the proper screenplay to make a return, and speculations suggest she has signed Tillu Cube.
Rashmika Mandanna, another prominent actress who has had failures, is going through similar problems. She is presently attempting to balance her telugu and hindi careers after Animal was hit, but pushpa 2 might provide some relief.

These are just a handful of the many outstanding ladies attempting to make a return in Tollywood, and every friday will undoubtedly change their fate. With so much skill on exhibit, we'll have to see which starlet can bounce back and make a big comeback.

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