Nagarjuna is probably one of those very few actors in Telugu cinema who doesn’t give a damn about image or face the so called ‘pressures’ from fans. He is an actor by choice and definitely knows what he needs to do before he completes his role as an actor. By now everyone on social media would have already started praising Nagarjuna for his role in Oopiri, but he has not done this for the first time. Ever since the beginning of his career, he has been constantly delving into different characters without getting monotonous.
If you haven’t noticed this earlier, you are probably in the corner of a store room. Though he had the leverage as a star kid back in those times, it was his smart work through every movie that made him what he is today. And that is the same reason I am writing about him and you are reading about him.
Let’s look back to those times from when Nagarjuna showed his versatility
Geethanjali – An ardent lover
Shiva – A subtly angry young man
Hello Brother – A dual comedy yet contrast avatars
Ninne Pelladata – Defined the term ‘Greekuveerudu’
Annamaya – A Devotee in trance
Aavida Ma Aavide – An innocent and confused husband
Nuvvu Vastavani – A sacrificing lover
Manmadhudu – If cupid had a form, it would probably look like him
Super – A Rugged and stylish thief
Shirdi Sai – God personified to perfection
Rajanna – Rebellious warrior
Manam – A cute and a bubbly middle aged orphan
Soggade Chinni Nayana – A flirty soul and a nerdy doctor (Dual role)
Oopiri – A rich paralyzed businessman. Versatility at peaks!
Raju Gari Gadhi 2 – Waiting for his performance as Rudra
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