Four must-watch Ram Charan Films

We have several must-watch films on our weekend list. However, this piece is regarding the must-watch Ram Charan films. The actor is making waves across the planet with his role in the film RRR. Especially after its Oscar win for Best Original Song, more international audiences are watching the actor’s other works. So here are four must-watch Ram Charan movies that we absolutely love:

1) Magadheera

S.S.Rajamouli’s attempt at a reincarnation theme, Magadheera is an entertainer, love story, and action thriller all wrapped into one. Magadheera was one of the most expensive Telugu movies made in its time. Ram Charan plays a street racer. A slight contact with Indu sends electric shivers down his spine. It’s not just a chance meeting. Their love story does back centuries. The plot revolves around unravelling this mysterious connection. Though it’s got a lot of flaws, Rajamouli’s strong storytelling keeps the drama rolling. The first half is average, but once the period drama begins, the stakes and pace are raised. It is full of goose-bump moments in true Rajamouli fashion. The artwork and production design, visual effects, background score, action and performances.

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2) Dhruva


Ram Charan plays Dhruva, a committed police officer on a dangerous mission to destroy the most corrupt person in the country, Siddharth Abhimanyu. Ram Charan is a thirst trap – he looks insane and also delivers an impressive performance. The intense back-and-forth between the protagonist and the antagonist makes for a fun watch. They amplify each other’s parts and make for good drama. You’re not bored for even a second as the character dynamics and smart screenplay drive the movie forward. Arvind Swamy is brilliant as a sophisticated villain not often seen in Telugu cinema. Good music and well-executed action sequences keep the audience engaged. It has action, thrill, drama, and entertainment and is a must-watch.

3) Rangasthalam

A traditional masala revenge movie set in a rural milieu, Rangasthalam is Sukumar’s masterpiece. Thoroughly enjoyable by the masses, the fresh treatment is elevated by solid filmmaking & excellent ensemble cast. Ram Charan’s portrayal of Chitti Babu was exceptional. An outstanding performance that suits his characterisation.

It is about a rural uprising against an oppressive leader led by Chitti Babu’s brother. Chitti Babu begins to sense that his brother’s life is in danger after they team up to wrangle with their village president and topple his unlawful 30-year-old regime.

The movie is full of incredible details, good setups and pay-offs. Until the end, it’s impossible to guess it to be a furious demonization of the caste system.

4) Orange


A young man falls in love with a girl but keeps lying to make her happy. But living a lie is difficult. As he is unable to continue, he opens up to her that it cannot go on and breaks up with her. You can enjoy a younger Ram Charan in this urban rom-com. The movie is interesting due to the unique characterisation of Ram. The plot deals with the idea and ideologies of modern-day love, their fresh takes making this topic much more entertaining. The narrative is driven by its philosophies and the conflicts surrounding them. You’ll either enjoy this battle of the heart and mind or you won’t buy it at all. But it’s worth it for the soundtrack and background score.

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