Chiranjeevi is ready with his comeback film Khaidi No 150 released, the action drama is doing great business at the Indian box offices alongside overseas apart from the film also receives positively decent reviews from the film critics.
The megastar fans are having over joy in this festive season with the release of Khaidi No 150, it is their Makar Sankranti became more special. Chiranjeevi said to media regarding his upcoming movies.
“A couple of stories are already there. The script of a film on Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy is in stand-by and more discussions are underway with Paruchuri brothers. There is another story Dhruva director Surender Reddy wanted me to work with. However, my 152nd film is planned with Boyapati Srinu,”
It takes untold dreams, obsessive hard work and unremitting sacrifice for a person to see the light of success and Siva Sankar Varaprasad, now known as the Megastar Chiranjeevi’s life is as inspiring as it can be.
1.Born in a middle-class family:
Chiranjeevi was on in Mogalthuru, a small village near Narsapur in Andhra Pradesh to a constable father and a homemaker mother.
2.Chiranjeevi had participated in the Republic Day Parade in New Delhi as an NCC cadet in the early 70s and it was the time when his interest towards acting grew.
3.Schooling and education:
Chiranjeevi did his schooling in Nidadavolu, Gurajala, Bapatla, Ponnuru, Mangalagiri and Mogalturu and he was an NCC cadet. Then he completed his graduation in commerce from Sri Y N College at Narsapur.
4.After completing his schooling and college, he did many stage plays and theatre performances too.
5.Being aluminous of Madras Film Institute:
In the year 1976, he got into Madras Film Industry to join the league of the legendary actors of Tollywood, including, ANR, NTR, Krishna, Shoban Babu and so on.
6.Was dreamt of joined Indian police force:
He first dreamt of joining Navy or Police Department but his inner urge or institution still emphasis him to try his hands at acting.
7.When he turns Chiranjeevi from Siva Sankar Varaprasad:
Chiranjeevi’s family was an avid believer and worshipper of Anjaneya, a Hindu deity, so his mother advised him to take the screen name “Chiranjeevi”, as his official name which means is “to live forever”, a reference to the belief of Hanuman living forever. No wonder Chiranjeevi follows his mother’s order to how the dream can come true with strong determination and admiration.
8.In 1983 Khaidi makes Chiranjeevi shining star:
In 1983 the cult classic movie Khaidi marked as a milestone in Chiranjeevi’s career which brought him a lot of attention, alongside the everlasting superstar vice verse megastar status.
9.When Chiranjeevi essayed anti-hero role opposite Kamal Hassan:
In 1979 in the cult classic movie Idi Katha Kaadu Chiranjeevi delivers an everlasting performance in the role of an anti-hero in front of the living legend Kamal Hassan.
10.Being a mass actor:
His dance moves and dialogues delivery alongside the ocean of talent help him to get connect with the mass to became favourite who rules the film industry from more than decades.
11.Focus on the philanthropy work:
He also established the Chiranjeevi Charitable trust in the year 1998 with a noble motive to donate blood and eye bank which is yet worth to be the inspiration for millions.
12.In 2006, he was honoured received Padma Bhushan award.
13.When the legendary director K. Balachander describes Chiranjeevi:
Balachander said “Chiranjeevi has both Kamal Hasan and Rajinikanth in him. Not only can he do action, he can also act.”
14.Globally famous South Indian actor:
In 2014, he was awarded International Face of Indian Cinema at the 3rd South Indian International Movie Awards from Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.
15.Dhaasu comeback in Khaidi No 150:
Chiranjeevi marks a mesmerising comeback with the Pongal released Khaidi number 150 to make go his fans gaga for him!
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