Ram Charan is one of the most popular and celebrated Indian movie actor and producer, mainly known for his works in the Telugu movie industry. The star, who turns 36, made his debut in the 2007 Telugu film, Chirutha and bagged the Filmfare Award (South) for Best Debut for his performance.
Charan has done only 12 films so far and his 13th one is the much-awaited RRR in which he will be playing the role of Alluri Seetha Ramaraju. His look in the movie released on March 26.
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On the occasion of Ram Charan’s 36th birthday, take a look at 5 times when the Telugu star won the audience heart:
SS Rajamouli’s fantasy drama Magadheera was Ram Charan’s second film. It was gutsy of Ram Charan to pick Magadheera so early on in his career but he proved everybody wrong by embracing the project and going on to win laurels for his performance.
Rangasthalam is an action drama, written and directed by Sukumar. The movie cast Ram Charan, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, and Aadhi as the lead characters. The plot of the film revolves around an innocent deaf man who starts to get haunted by the fear of his elder brother’s death after the two join the force in order to overthrow the unlawful 30 yearlong regimes of the president in their village. The movie has a rating of 8.4 on IMDb.
Naayak saw Ram Charan play dual roles for the first time in his career. As much as one can write off Naayak as a silly commercial pot-boiler, it succeeded his extracting solid performances from Ram Charan, who bounced back strongly after the flop of Orange.
Orange is a comedy romance drama, written and directed by Bhaskar. The movie cast includes Ram Charan, Genelia D’Souza, and Shazahn Padamsee as the lead characters. The plot of the film revolves around the love story of a man and a woman whose clashing ideologies keep them apart.
Loosely based on John Woo’s Face-Off, Yevadu featured Ram Charan and Allu Arjun in the lead roles. The film borrowed a very interesting concept from Hollywood and gave it a very desi twist, courtesy some smart writing by Vakkantham Vamsi and director Vamshi Paidipally.