Our heroes may harbour secret hostility against one another in their un-expressed obsession for breaking and creating records, but our heroines do have not any such attitudes towards their rivals. This is a far cry from how the scene is in Bollywood.
Unlike in Tollywood, where the heroines spend their energies in adopting themselves to an alien place - a majority of them are natives of Mumbai and othe cosmos, and where the heroines do not (generally speaking) have patrons, many A-list Bollywood's heroines invariably belong to this or that camp. This engenders an unhealthy spirit of gossip-mongering and hostility, so to speak.
In a contradistinction of sorts, popular Telugu heroines are seen gelling together well without having major complaints or ego issues. Recently we saw Anushka hailing Tamanna Bhati as a "hard-working" professional. Samantha went a step further by proclaiming Trisha's inspiration for her to pull off the role of Jassi in her debut Ye Maya Chesave. Saying that she was inspired by the acting of Trisha in the Tamil version, Samantha almost dedicated the Filmfare Award she received for her debut film to Trisha.
Raise a toast to the mature banter of our heroines.