Ravi Teja South Action Movie HEROPANTHI 2 (2020) Hindi Dubbed | 2020 South Movies In Hindi Dubbed

Ravi Teja South Action Movie HEROPANTHI 2 (2020) Hindi Dubbed | 2020 South Movies In Hindi Dubbed In 2006, Teja worked with director S. S. Rajamouli for Vikramarkudu. The film which grossed over ₹25 crore proved to be his highest-grossing film until then.[26] Idlebrain praised his performance: "Vikramarkudu is the best film of Teja so far in histrionics aspect. He did both characters of Athali Sathi Babu and Vikram Rathod equally well, His mannerism of "jintata" is simply superb".[27] Consequently, Teja went on to play the lead in Khatarnak (2006) and Dubai Seenu (2007), his third collaboration with director Vaitla. In 2008, Teja acted in three films, V. V. Vinayak's Krishna, Baladur and Neninthe.[28][29][30] Neninthe marked his fourth collaboration with director Puri. Although the film was not successful at the box office, Teja's portrayal of an up-and-coming director in the film received acclaim and won him Nandi Award for Best Actor.[31][32] In 2009, Teja worked with director Surender Reddy for action comedy Kick. The film was a huge commercial success grossing over ₹30 crore.[33] Later that year, he appeared in Anjaneyulu. In 2010, his films included Shambo Shiva Shambo and Gopichand Malineni-directed Don Seenu, In 2011, Teja appeared in four films. His first release was Harish Shankar's Mirapakay. He later starred in Ram Gopal Varma's Dongala Mutha and made a cameo appearance as a body double of himself in Katha Screenplay Darshakatvam Appalaraju, also directed Varma.[34] His last release of the year was Veera. Later after this film, he went on to be called "Mass Maharaja" for his mass action scenes.[citation needed] 2012–present: Career stagnation In 2012, Teja starred in four films starring with Gunasekhar's Nippu and Siva's Daruvu. He collaborated for the fifth time with director Puri for the fantasy comedy Devudu Chesina Manushulu. He later appeared in Parasuram's Sarocharu Rediff.com wrote: "Ravi Teja is in a different avatar, a more subdued one. A change of image and role is necessary for an actor and Ravi Teja makes the transition fairly well".[35] In 2013, Teja started in Malineni's action comedy Balupu. The Times of India wrote "Ravi Teja has come up with an entertaining performance. His characterization and the flashback episode as Kancharapalem Shankar looked very powerful on the screen. He gets into the skin of the character and has done well."[36] The film turned one of the biggest commercial successes of the year.[37][38] In 2014, he starred in Power with debutant director K. S. Ravindra along with a cameo appearance in Sairam Shankar's Romeo. In 2015, he collaborated with Reddy again for Kick's sequel. Kick 2, directed by Surender Reddy and produced by Nandamuri Kalyan Ram.[39] Despite huge expectations, the film was a box office failure. He later played the lead in Bengal Tiger (2015), directed by Sampath Nandi.[40] This film which grossed over ₹40 crore, became one of the highest grossing Telugu films of that year.[41][42] After taking a sabbatical for one year, he played a blind man in Anil Ravipudi-directed Raja the Great (2017). The film was Teja's first ₹50 crore grosser and his career's highest grossing film.[43] In 2018, Teja starred in three films, Touch Chesi Chudu, Nela Ticket and Amar Akbar Anthony, all three of them were critical and commercial failures.[44][45] His 2020 film, Disco Raja, where Teja played a dual role, also bombed at the box office.[46] Teja's upcoming film Krack, is his third collaboration with Malineni.[

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