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After Chiru, its Nag and Ramcharan.

Wed 17th Mar 2010 12:36 PM
After Chiru, its Nag and Ramcharan.
After Chiru, its Nag and Ramcharan.

Top stars in every regional cinema will make one step ahead for experimenting with different subjects testing their talents and making the fans to celebrate the hit occasions. When it comes to trying their luck in other languages as heroes, only few dare to do. If heroes from Tamil land like Rajinikanth, Suriya, Ajith and Vishal are enjoying the good hits in Telugu; there is not even a single top hero from Tollywood who has really made top stand in Kollywood.

A clear view of history says that, only Chiranjeevi did Tamil films (47 Natkal and Ranuva Veeran) before attaining mega stardom in Telugu. Later we will be able to see, only Nagarjuna doing Ratchagan (Telugu Rakshakudu)…but now two heroes Nagarjuna and Ramcharan are ready to make their names shine in Kollywood only after Chiranjeevi.

Nagarjuna is already busy shooting for bi-lingual ‘Payanam’ with Radha Mohan’s unique concept while Ramcharan is to get busy with two projects, one is 'Magadheera' and other is ‘Orange.’ If ‘Orange’ is a genuine bi-lingual as director Bhaskar is eager to cash the image of Ramcharan and Genelia in Kollywood; it is ‘Magadheera’ whose first half will be entirely re-shoot in Tamil with Ramcharan sharing the comedy scenes with a top Tamil comedian.         

So, here is a change for Kollywood as Telugu stars will now be seen in Tamil films and even a change for our stars because market of Tollywood is to grow much wider.

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