In 2022, South Indian films like Ponniyin Selvan: I, RRR, Vikrant Rona, Kantara, KGF: Chapter 2, Major, and others showed that when the substance is strong, language is irrelevant. These movies were successful in every country in the world and transcended all linguistic barriers. They not only won over South audiences but also hearts in Hindi belts and other countries. Numerous South Indian films are preparing for Hindi release dates in the same manner and with positive reception. The Hindi belt is getting ready to distribute recently released movies like Nayanthara's Connect and Adivi Sesh's HIT 2, which received a significant response from the South audience.
The 2019 box office sensation HIT: The First, starring Vishwak Sen, is followed by Adivi Sesh's HIT: The Second Case. The sequel, which debuted on December 2, is getting ready to hit Hindi-speaking regions on December 30. Telugu viewers responded enthusiastically to HIT 2, in which Adivi Sesh portrayed a police officer who is investigating a murder. Adivi Sesh and Meenakshi Chaudhary play the key characters in this film, which was written and directed by Sailesh Kolanu.
The directors of Nayanthara's Tamil horror thriller "Connect" were forced to release the movie in Hindi due to the spectacular response it had garnered in Tamil and the growing demand for it. Connect enters the group of South Indian blockbusters that have already established its charm in countries all over the world. The Hindi market will see the release of Nayanthara's movie "Connect" on December 30. It was written by Ashwin Saravanan and Kaavya Ramkumar and debuted in Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam on December 22. Nayanthara, Sathyaraj, Anupam Kher, and Vinay Rai appear in the Vignesh Shivan-produced movie Connect.
Another Telugu movie, Dhamaka, starring Ravi Teja, was recently released in Hindi after receiving a resoundingly positive reception from the public. The movie had a successful opening weekend all around the world. Dhamaka, starring Ravi Teja and written and directed by Trinadha Rao Nakkina, is marketed as an action-comedy. Anand Chakravarthy, a successful businessman, and Swamy, a street-smart guy, are both played by Ravi Teja. Sreeleela, who plays the female protagonist in Dhamaka, is joined by Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar, and Rao Ramesh, who play supporting roles. Vivek Kuchibhotla is a co-producer on the movie being developed by People Media Factory, which is being funded by TG Vishwa Prasad on a sizable budget.