The 90s era has seen the dominance of solo heroes and multistarrers have been totally wiped off for over 2 decades. The era was dominated by star heroes Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna, Balakrishna and Venkatesth. Rajasekhar who rose to fame as Angry Young Man of Tollywood with super hits like Aahuthi, Ankusham and Magaadu was in close competition for these stars in stardom.
While Chiranjeevi is out of action after his political stint, Nagarjuna and Balakrishna are still continuing as solo heroes and Venkatesh has moved towards multistarrers.
Dr. Rajasekhar who was one of the biggest superstars of the 90s has slowly lost his prime and been a pale shadow of self. Of late, all his movies have tanked at the box office and the actor seems to have given up trying his luck as a solo lead and opted for an image makeover.
As the reel buzz, the yesteryears Angry Youngman would be donning the role of a powerful Villain in Teja’s upcoming flick Aham.
Seems Tollywood can bid adieu to the villains imported from the North as it has already found the top-notch villain in Jagapathi Babu and Dr. Rajasekhar joining the bandwagon would only boost the versatility and it remains to be seen would Rajasekhar able to emulate Jagapathi Babu who brought heroisim to villainism with his astounding performances.