Chiranjeevi, the Megastar of Tollywood who is fondly known as Boss by his fans is turning a year old today. The great actor's film journey is not a cakewalk... his struggle, dedication and hard work made him stand as one of the pillars of the Telugu film industry. The Khaidi actor inspired many Telugu people not only with his acting skills but also with his social activities. Now its big-time for Chiranjeevi to prove his mettle at Pan India level as he risked all to become Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy- the long time pending dream project of the Megastar!
On this account, we EeYuva wishes this great actor 'A Very Happy Birthday' and shares his journey from movies to politics... Have a look!
Grey Shade Portrayals(the 1970s)
Chiranjeevi started off his filmy journey with the negative roles, yet the actor didn't disappoint the audience moreover, he brought the significance to the grey shades in the film, which resulted in making the villainous roles more applaudable. The films that fall in this category are Idi Kada Kadu, 47 Rojulu, Mosagadu, Nyayam Kaavali, and Tirugu Leni Manishi. Later the Indra actor turned into a protagonist and stole many hearts with his remarkable performances.
Introducing The Break Dance To Tollywood (the 1980s)
It was the time where the Tollywood has stuck to the conventional dance moves without any western touch. Then arrived the boss with the movie Donga(1985) who introduced breakdance to the Tollywood. In the song “Golimar...” Chiru impressed the audience with his tremendous dance moves And thereon, there is no looking back for this Khaidi actor as far as dancing is concerned.
Commercial Stamina (the 1990s)
Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari, Gang Leader, Mutha Mestri, Choodalani Undi, Bavagaru Bagunnara, Hitler are some of his films in the 90s which garnered commercial status and bagged him the title of Megastar. The actor ruled the 90th decade with his ultimate and outstanding acting skills.
Message Oriented (2000-2008)
Coming to this millennium, this Padma Bhushan awardee has won the hearts of the Telugu people for portraying the different roles, which also spread social awareness. Indra, Tagore, Stalin, Jai Chiranjeeva, Shankar Dada MBBS, Andarivaadu are the films that focussed on the social cause and message-oriented, which helped him to foray into politics in 2008.
The actor turned politician stopped the films in 2008 and dedicated his concentration on the people by entering into national politics as a central minister in UPA government. He made his comeback to the silver screen after eight years with the film Khaidi No 150.
The actor is busy promoting his upcoming period drama Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy. The teaser of the film which was unveiled recently introduces him to Pan Indian audience as the ultimate Megastar aiming to hit the bull'e eye at the Indian Box Office.
We EeYuva once again wishes 'A Very Happy Birthday' to Megastar and hope he continues to entertain us with his upcoming movies...
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