In those days, when dance was not the main forte, the one actor who created a storm and rewrote the fate of Telugu Cinema with his dancing moves, suttle expression and ease in acting is Megastar Chiranjeevi. From then he became a big inspiration to many upcoming actors and choreographers who love the film industry, and Raghava Lawrence was one among them. Being inspired by Chiranjeevi, he entered into the film industry and also choreographed many songs for his films, which had taken the image of Chiranjeevi to next level. Now, he is again teamed up with his inspiration for a special song in the much awaited “Khaidi No 150.”
Here we are presenting the top seven iconic steps of Chiranjeevi, choreographed by Lawrence.
1. Hitler (Abbibi Abbibi)
Starring Chiranjeevi and Ramba, the film was released in 1997. The one song that made fans crazy was “Abbibi Abbibi.”
2. Master (Thammudu are Thammudu)
Released in 1997 and directed by Suresh Krissna, this particular song from this film had a special place in the hearts of his fans, as it was sung by Chiranjeevi and special mention needs to be given for this iconic step.
3. Annaya (Aata Kaavala Paata Kaavala)
Directed by Muthyala Subbaiah, the film was released in 2000. It grossed highest collections in that year and also won the Nandi Award for best choreography.
4.Anji (Chikbuk Pori)
It is Kodi Ramakrishna’s directorial starring Chiranjeevi and Namrata in lead roles. It was released in 2004 and turned out into a worse nightmare for the fans. But the songs created a rage and this song has special place in the hearts of fans.
5. Indra (Dhaayi Dhaayi Dhamma)
Released in 2002 and directed by B. Gopal, the film has created a sensation and so also the songs. Amongst all, “Dhaayi Dhaayi Dhamma,” took us by storm with one single step.
6. Tagore (Kodithe Kottali Ra)
The film was released in 2003 and directed by V.V. Vinayak and starring Chiranjeevi, Shriya Saran and Jyothika. It had grossed huge collections and “Kodithe Kottali Ra,” the first song in the film has created a sensation because of its music and dance.
7.Jai Chiranjeeva (Jai Jai Ganesha)
In 2005, directed by K. Vijaya Bhaskar “Jai Chiranjeeva” was released, the film didn’t work at box office. But one such song that always is in the loop is “Jai Jai Ganesha.”