The starting point of what came to be known as The Scamp Trilogy (Pokiri and iSmart Shankar being the others), Idiot is an explosive film that gave a voice to the urban and small town lower middle class guys. They embraced Chantigaadu with both hands and a Ravi Teja special genre began. Also, the first proper Puri Jagannath hero. This film definitely has a potential for a sequel. Why not? The movie ends with Chantigaadu becoming an IPS officer. How such an upright and straightforward officer works through the system could be a mouthwatering sequel subject.
Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammai
Okay! This modern-day emotional yet non-melodramatic family entertainer is a good tale about how to take responsibility of family inspite of being individualistic. Our protagonist unites with his father and step mom. Helps his step sister fulfill his mother's wish. How such a person's life spans out after 20 minutes is an intriguing idea. Or it could be another story. In this age of social media and instant relations with no commitments, we need films like these.
Need to say more? Kickooooooooooo! 3rd time.
Raja The Great
This is a very fascinating masala role played by Ravi Teja who's a visually challenged guy. Director Anil Ravipudi himself talked about the sequel many times. With Ravi Teja in great form now, we couldn't wait for the further adventures of Raja the Great.
As the director himself said in an interview, there are many shades in the role of Pothuraju Veera Shankar. And the subject has potential to spawn a franchise.
Spin off of Chanti from Sindhooram
The first ever Chanti played by Mass Maharaj takes the mantle of the naxal group at the end of the film. Why not tell the tale of how the fight against the system carried out and if and why Chanti or his band get back into normal life could make for another brilliant film from Krishna Vamsy.