On the topic of the Best Movies of Ram Charan, the Mega Powerstar has always been a household in Tollywood as he rarely disappoints his fans with the quality of his films. With quite a few decent to blockbuster movies in his career, he is now also enjoying his newfound following in the North belt. So, it is, only apt that we now celebrate his filmography which features a few entertaining flicks. Presenting the Best Movies of Ram Charan, you should not miss watching.
[Also feat. in our ‘Best Telugu Movies on Hotstar’ list]
One of the most under-appreciated films in Telugu Cinema, which went on to obtain cult status. Orange co-starring Genelia Deshmukh in the primary roles revolves around Ram, who doesn’t believe in long-term relationships, and his contrary beliefs do not bode well with his girlfriend. The remainder of the movie explains why Ram thinks the way he does and more. One of the Best Movies of Ram Charan.
[Also feat. in our ‘Best Telugu Movies Dubbed in Hindi on Hotstar’ list]
A remake of the 2015 Tamil film Thani Oruvan, Dhruva, with a well-adapted screenplay, dialogues, and peppy music turned out to be a reputable box-office success in Ram Charan’s career. The story revolves around Dhruva, an IPS officer, who uncovers a network of organized crime. He then plans to take down the man behind a racket and encounters multiple obstacles on his way. This film also stars Rakul Preet Singh as the female lead.
[Also feat. at #2 spot in our ‘Best Movies of Kajal Aggarwal’ list]
In his second and career-defining film, his first collab with SS Rajamouli, Ram Charan plays a double role, one, a fearless warrior from the ancient times in Kala Bharaiva who gets reincarnated as Harsha, a bike racer. The iconic battle sequences, his chemistry with Kajal Aggarwal, and the entire story stood out as the main positives of the movie that turned out to be a major blockbuster in the late 2000s. One of the Best Movies of Ram Charan.
In one of his career-best performances, Ram Charan in RRR plays a police officer under the British Raj, who later reveals himself as a freedom fighter named Alluri Sita Rama Raju. Charan’s splendid portrayal of the character, the command he had over the scenes, primarily when it comes to emoting with his eyes, and his chemistry with Jr. NTR stood out as one of the main positives of the movie, which is a box-office record-breaker in Indian Cinema.
Rangasthalam by Sukumar deserves all the success it received primarily because of its regional vibe, and the outstanding performances from the entire cast, especially from Ram Charan Tej. The well-written screenplay, the deeper meaning behind certain scenes complement the commercial aspects of the film like the revenge-driven story, custom-written music, and the action sequences.