Till few years back, slangs and accents were given to character artists in films while the hero uses normal language. This trend has changed in the past couple of years with our heroes trying new slangs for their roles and scoring super hits. When you use slang, it immediately connects with the audience and the dialogues instantly become popular. Seems like our writers have caught this formula.
Allu Arjun amazed everyone with his Telangana accent as Gona Ganna Reddy in 'Rudramadevi'. His scenes were the major highlight of the movie and this character remained as one of the best in Bunny's career.
Last year, we have seen NTR perfectly mouthing dialogues in Rayalaseema accent for 'Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava'. His diction and delivery were on point and the audience went ballistic for his perfect act. The film went onto to become a super hit.
Ram Charan too slipped easily into the character of a typical Godavari district village guy in 'Rangasthalam'. His performance, dialogue delivery in the Godavari accent became a rage and the film became a blockbuster.
This year Ram and Varun Tej donned the roles of a typical Telangana guys in 'Ismart Shankar' and 'Gaddalakonda Ganesh' respectively. They both delivering stupendous performance with high energy levels and got their success.
Even Mahesh is seen as a Telangana speaking guy in 'Dookudu' and as a Godavari boy in 'SVSC'. This usage of accent is becoming very popular in our movies and makers are hoping that it works as an advantage to their film.