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A hero isn't a hero until he has a villain to be heroic with. Over the decades, villains named Teja have made multiple appearances on screen.
Ram Charan Tej is the brightest star in a Tollywood sky filled with family-costellations. The crown prince of Megastar Chiranjeevi's empire Ram is steadily, albeit slowly, creating a foothold for himself in South India's biggest movie industry. As he turns 29 today, we take a pictorial journey through the years.
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Gabbar Singh, Sholay (1975): Before filming started, both Dharmendra and Amitabh Bachchan reportedly realised that Gabbar would be the most popular character of the movie and asked to play him. Happily, Amjad Khan got the role and his career-making performance as the evil, sadistic dacoit who shows no mercy is now legendary. He had the best dialogues – kitne aadmi the, tera kya hoga kaalia - and, with a little help of a belt-whip and shifting sleazy eyes, became part of Bollywood folklore. The success of Sholay, one of Bollywood's most seminal films, was in no small measure dependent on it's villain.
elugu star Ram Charan Teja, who is all set to make make his Bollywood debut with Zanjeer this year, turns 28 today.
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