Whenever you are done watching a film, there are many aspects that you take home along with you. Be it the hero’s performance or the comedian’s antics that entertains you completely. But off late, one man who is continuously stuck in everyone’s mind after watching every other hit movie is none other than the versatile actor Rao Ramesh.
This seasoned actor is now the flavour of Tollywood and is on every director’s wishlist. Rao Ramesh has won hearts by doing some praiseworthy roles with a lot of ease and sincerity. He has done over 80 films till date and the audience have got so attached to his performances that there is a huge uproar whenever he appears on screen.
Be it the ‘Veedini Evarikaina Choopichandra Babu’ dialogue from Seetamma Vaakitlo Sirimalle Chettu or his mysterious grin in Subramanyam for Sale, Rao Ramesh has done it all. It would not be an exaggeration to say that he has played a major role in making some recent films like A..Aa and Brahmostsavam look even better with his staggering performance.
Going back in time, very few know that Rao Ramesh was quite reluctant to act in films. An ardent fan of photography, he learnt the art and worked as a professional photographer before shifting his focus to acting with the suggestion of his mother. The transition to become an actor sounds easy to all but Ramesh faced several hard ships and never used his legendary father, Rao Goapala Rao’s name to grab offers.
He came up the hard way and roles in films like Gamyam and Kotta Bangaru Lokam paved way for him in the industry. One can say that luck also favoured Rao Ramesh as star character artists like Kota and Prakash Raj were busy doing their own personal things in life. With every film of his, Ramesh kept creating a new style of his own and bowled many with his acting prowess.
Touch wood, things are so perfect that right from the younger generation to elders, every body adores Rao Ramesh and wants to see him in every film these days. Roles are specially being written for him and Rao Ramesh is probably the only actor in Tollywood who can easily fit into both the positive and negative roles with ease.
Some of his memorable roles in films like Mukunda, Rowdy Fellow, Cinema Choopista Mama, Geetanjali and the recently released Srirastu Subhamastu show the volume of talent he possesses. In 2016, you will see him in films like Srirastu Subhamastu, Thikka, and many more star hero projects which have already been announced. Finally, Rao Ramesh is that one rare gem which Tollywood should nurture and use cleverly without opting for those who are alien to the language and surroundings.
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