Entering Telugu film industry as heir of Megastar Chiranjeevi, the young actor tried to create a mark for himself in his first flick Chirutha. Though he hasn’t scored much with the actor in him, his dances and fights earned rave reviews. And his second flick Magadheera is a history. It proved to the world that a director’s talent mixed with hero’s stardom would make victory multiplied several times. But Charan gave shock with Orange, later entertained with Racha, Nayak and Yevadu. In between, his Hindi venture Zanjeer/ Thoofan too disappointed big time.
Despite having some utter flops in the middle, Charan’s Chirutha, Racha, Nayak and Yevadu stood super hits, while Magadheera is an industry hit that collected more than 80 crores net. The young megastar proved that collecting more than 90 crores is not a myth and Tollywood will reach that club too one fine day.
Ram Charan got his share of negatives too, as many critics rate him as below average performer when it comes to his acting. This is something he should work on to improvise. Apart from that, the way he addresses issues in private life including his roadside brawl with techies and comments about politics should be more diplomatic and on the lighter side. If Charan works on these negatives, undoubtedly he got all reasons to become undisputed king of Telugu Cinema soon with a terrific track record in hand.
Today (March 27th) Ram Charan celebrates his 29th birthday and Gulte.com wishes him a ‘mega powerful’ birthday!!