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3 Jun

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Ram Charan made his film debut in 2007 with Chirutha, which was directed by Puri Jagannadh. The movie showed a good performance at the box office. It was a great start to his career as his performance garnered many awards like Filmfare Best Male Debut Award and Nandi Special Jury Award.

His second film, S. S. Rajamouli’s Magadheera (2009), emerged a critical as well as huge commercial success, becoming the highest-grossing Telugu film till date.Reports suggest that the film grossed nearly a whooping 100 crores. Ram Charan had got appreciations for his performance from Superstar Rajinikanth , star director S. Shankar The movie was a show stealer at South Indian Filmfare awards for the year 2009 with six awards and Ram Charan getting the Best Actor Award. The movie is dubbed into Tamil and Malayalam titled as Maaveeran and Dheera the Warrior respectively and released on 27 May 2011 getting good reviews from major tamil websites.

After the mega block buster Magadheera, Ram Charan came with a romantic entertainer Orange, released on November 26, 2010. The flick was directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar and produced by Nagendra Babu.The movie din’t fare well at the box office . But Charan Performance, music by Harris Jayaraj and Production values were highly appreciated.

Presently, Ram Charan is all set to play the lead under Sampath Nandi’s direction. The movie is being jointly produced by Paras Jain and NV Prasad under Super Good Films banner. The title of the film has been framed as ‘Rachaa’. Ram Charan recently went to USA for a couple of months to get himself trained in various martial arts. The film will go on the floor this June, and will release by the end of the year. Tamannaah Bhatia will be the female lead. During the shooting of Rachaa, a film in the direction of V. V. Vinayak will go to floors with Samantha as the female lead. This film will be produced by D.V.V. Danayya on Universal Media banner. This film is likely to go to sets in the month of August

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