Anger Tales Review & Ratings | Hit Or Flop?

Anger Tales Review: With the entry of OTT platforms, it has been helpful to many young and aspiring filmmakers to showcase their talent. We have seen many young talented directors coming into light after making their debut with any OTT release from different languages. We are yet to witness another such talented director in Telugu.

Nithin Prabhala, young director who earlier made a short film named “Kalakaarudu” with actor Suhas is making his debut as a feature film director with “Anger Tales.” This anthology series is now available for streaming on Disney+ Hotstar. Let us get into the detailed review of this new anthology series to know if this new director is able to understand the pulse of Telugu audience.

Table of Contents


“Anger Tales” is collection of four different stories in which “Giri” is a youngster having troubles in his job, “Pooja” is a women dealing issues with her health leading her to eat non-vegetarian food, “Radha” struggling with sleeplessness due to her neighbors and “Ranga” a fan boy, who can go to any extent to make his favorite stars film a superhit. All these 4 main characters will have to face a situation to vent their anger.

Cast & Crew

Anger Tales cast include Venkatesh Maha, Suhas, Ravindra Vijay, Bindu Madhavi, Phani Acharya, Tharun Bhascker, Madonna Sebastian, Moeen, Parteep Kumar, Ramesh, Ravichandra, Nikhil, Naveen and others.

Anger Tales is written by Karthikeya Karedla & Prabhala Tilak and directed by Nithin Prabhala Tilak. This anthology series is produced by Sridhar Reddy, Suhas. Music is composed by Smaran Sai and cinematography is handled by Amardeep, Vinod K Bangari, Venkat R Shakhamuri, AJ Aaron. Kodati Pavan Kalyan is the editor.

Movie NameAnger Tales
DirectorNithin Prabhala Tilak
Music DirectorSmaran Sai
ProducerSridhar Reddy, Suhas
CastVenkatesh Maha, Suhas, Ravindra Vijay, Bindu Madhavi, Phani Acharya, Tharun Bhascker, Madonna Sebastian
Cinematography Amardeep, Vinod K Bangari, Venkat R Shakhamuri, AJ Aaron


Anthology series is something that offers audience different stories. If one of the stories doesn’t impress, you can simply skip to another story. But luckily Anger Tales has all 4 tales that are interesting to watch on screen with some brilliant performances from the cast. There are definitely few dull moments in each tale, but the way the main characters in each tale making tough decisions will create some interest among the audience.

Giri’s tale will connect with many youngsters in the present generation. Pooja’s tale will connect with newly married couples, Radha’s tale connects with the middle class people and Ranga’s tale connects with the mass audience. Totally Anger Tales satisfies all sections of audience with 4 different tales.

While it comes to performances, all the lead actors Bindu Madhavi, Madonna Sebastian, Suhas, Ravindra Vijay, Tharun Bhascker were believable and did their characters with ease. Venkatesh Maha and Phani Acharya looks little artificial among all the lead actors. All other actors did their part well as required for the characters.

Technically Anger Tales looks good. Background music composed by Smaran Sai is one of the biggest highlights. Cinematography is handled by 4 different people for 4 stories and all these people have done a decent job. Editing by Kodati Pavan Kalyan is crisp. Production values are decent.

Director Nithin Prabhala definitely got the talent to entertain the audience in the future with his projects. Despite few dull moments from all the tales, he managed to create the interest among the audience with every tale.

Overall, Anger Tales is a watchable anthology series with some of the relatable characters and brilliant writing.

Plus Points:

  • Background Music
  • Writing
  • Actors

Minus Points:

  • Few uninteresting scenes

Rating: 3/5

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Bhargav Reddy

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