In The Telugu Film Industry It’s always amazing to see fresh talent on the big screen every year, where they try to showcase their talents, aspirations, desires, and dream to be a big shot one day in the future. While some have tried and failed, some saw the light of their day and we have listed such people, who not only comply with all the above qualifications but are posing serious competition to the A-class stars. We have jotted down five male and five female actors, to preserve equality and to show that people of both genders have something interesting in their offerings. As always, ladies first.
Debuting in 2013 with the romantic comedy ‘
Uyyala Jampala’, she showed that her talent and dreams wouldn’t stop at just doing daily soaps on television. Even the audiences seem to like her on the big screen, and when she foresaw a predictable and healthy future in mainstream cinema, she left TV serials to focus on movies.
Primarily of Tamil descent, she tried her luck in the Tamil industry and was quite victoriofus there, if not immensely popular. She had her debut into our industry in 2012 with Shiva Manasulo Shruti and gained stardom astonishingly fast with consistent performances over the years. Our only hope is that she doesn’t lose the status to some other actress quite soon.
She is a great actor with a stunning debut to her name and she gave a mesmerizing performance and wows us every time we watch her on the screen. She has even gathered a respectable amount of fans and is riding strong in the industry with multiple movies in hand and under production. Her most notable work is ‘
It sounds like a Telugu name, but she is not one. Her acting skills will assure you that she is one of us. She has learned the language superfast and expectations of the audience from her has only risen. Her works include ‘Andala Rakshasi’, ‘
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy’.
A critically acclaimed actor who debuted in the year 2015 with
Yevade Subramanyam and received a warm response from the audience and the critics as well.
A casual guy who did short films when he was free, though he had an intent desire to pursue acting. He had little to no success up until 2013 when he came to the industry with Uyyala Jampala and then went on to impress us with continuous hits and subtle improvements in his performances.
Hailing from a filmy family, he is the son of
Nagendra Babu, who is also the brother of Mega Star ‘
Chiranjeevi’. He marked his debut with ‘
Mukunda’ and is being offered many film roles and accolades for his performance. He showed us that he came here to win and will not back down without a fight.
Sai Dharam Tej
Another guy from the Chiranjeevi family who has proved his mettle with his debut performance in Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham and showed that the family’s legacy still continues in their blood. He gained fame and stardom pretty quickly. Currently, he is handling quite a few films and is in constant motivation to be the best in the industry.
A relative of Super Star Mahesh Babu, he made his debut in 2012 with Shiva Manasulo Shruti alongside Regina Cassandra, about whom we have mentioned above. You can define him as a stylish actor, with roles suited best to his stature and body language. He is a great human being and is apt for doing films with innovative and fresh scripts which are the need of the hour in our industry.
10. Aadi Pudipeddi
Known as the son of the legendary dubbing artist and supporting actor, Sai Kumar Pudipeddi, he was sighted by Mega Star Chiranjeevi and was recommended to join the industry, if he wished to act in movies. So, it happened, with him debuting on the main screen with a lead role in the 2011 breakthrough hit, ‘Prema Kavali’ and then he boosted his way with back to back films and established himself as a reliable actor.