Unrecognized Pillars Of Tollywood

Brahmaji ,Murali Sharma ,Subbaraju( File Photo)

There is no film without supporting characters and character artists. But only the lead roles and the directors will get the name from the movie when it turns into a blockbuster. The supporting characters will rarely get recognized for their work. In Tollywood, some character artists will always create a significant impact on any roles given to them.

Here are Top 5 Male Character Artists who are mostly seen in Telugu films

Brahmaji –
Brahmaji is a talented actor who can mesmerize movie buffs even with a character that has just two dialogues. Either it is a small role or a key role, Brahmaji will give his hundred percent and will leave his mark. His characters in Janatha Garage, Rangasthalam, Bharat Ane Nenu, and Aravindha Sametha are iconic in his career.

Murali Sharma –
Murali Sharma is a versatile actor who can also impress movie lovers with negative roles. Portraying the father roles for lead actors is his strength. His satirical dialogues and timing punches will leave the audience in awe. His performances in Bhale Bhale Magadivoy, Ninnu Kori, Awe, and Vijetha will be his career-best.

Naresh –
His ease of acting and screen presence Made him the most preferred actor of Tollywood. His stunning performance in Rangasthalam as Chitti babu’s father has stolen the hearts of Movie Buffs.

Rajiv Kanakala –
Either it is a small role or a full-fledged one, it never matters to him. He will keep his 100% to make the scenes as perfect as possible. His performances in Sye, Nannaku Prematho, Janatha Garage, and MCA are unforgettable in his career.

Subbaraju –
He is one of the young actors who proved his mettle with different kinds of roles. Subbaraju’s character in Baahubali as Kumar Varma has spread smiles on Audience faces. His roles in Baahubali 2, DJ, and Geetha Govindam are unforgettable.

These are just some of the character artists who are not getting required buzz for their talent. In Tollywood, Many character actors are there who can give their best. But our producers are importing the actors from other industries, and it is not fair.