It’s Mr. C’s birthday today!
This birthday is definitely going to be special for the Mega Prince. Why? His most cherished character Chitti Babu, is going to charm his way on to the screens on the 30th of March.
Unlike other stars, Ram Charan is one such actor, who goes out of his comfort zone and chooses challenging characters. His acting ability and past successes resulted in his charisma. Obviously, it runs in the genes.
Coming to Charan’s choices of movies, from Chirutha to Rangasthalam, he chose them in terms of the out of the box scripts. Ram Charan also signs on to these films because of the ace film makers involved in the projects.
Here is a glimpse of Ram Charan’s successful journey.
The birthday Boy started off his career with Chirutha, a Puri Jagannadh’s film, where he played the role of guy, who searches and finds those who caused demise of his parents.
The next character Charan played is a complete contrast from his debut film. It is S.S. Rajamouli’s Magadheera. The courageous, devoted and empathetic soul, Kaala Bhairava.
Moving on, Ram Charan experimented with playing a boy next door. This is in Orange. A cool fun loving guy, who lives every moment of life to the fullest.
Later Cherry went on to play some intense roles like in Yevadu. This film was directed by Vamsi Paidipally.
How can we not mention Surender Reddy’s Dhruva? This was a cult film for Ram Charan as officer Dhruva. Charan worked round the clock to perfect his look for this film.
Lastly, Rangasthalam. Director Sukumar is going to present Ram Charan as a deaf guy named, Chitti Babu. The film’s trailer itself is evident to say, Cherry just nailed the village guy’s look.
From this filmography, Ram Charan’s varied choices of characters just shows his charisma!
On behalf of Telugu Filmnagar, we wish Mr. C a very Happy Birthday.