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Odishatv Bureau

SS Rajamouli is called as Mr Perfectionist and his movies are testament to the same. He is one of the most sought after directors as he hardly compromises with his movies.

It is always believed that a director who can explore and pushes an actor to give his/her best can make wonders on the screen. And, Rajamouli is one such director who has proved it.

Check 6 Blockbuster Movies Of Rajamouli You Must Watch:

Student No.1 (2001)

SS Rajamouli’s Student No 1 is a special one. The movie has been a commercial entertainer and discusses the question of leakage issues. He presented NTR in a unique way. The interval of the movie was just out of the world at the time. It created a trend that interval episodes should block the mind of the fans. 


Chatrapathi (2005)

Chatrapathi starring Prabhas and Shriya Saran with its gripping plot, interval block, fantastic acting and melodious music become one the biggest hits. The action film, with an emotional family saga in the backdrop, had Prabhas play a hero with grey shared. Critics lauded the actor's charisma and style and many considered it as the breakthrough film of Prabhas' career.

Vikramarkudu (2006) 

Vikramarkudu starring Ravi Teja and Anushka Shetty is one of the biggest hits of Telugu cinema. This SS Rajamouli directorial presented Ravi Teja's acting prowess. Teja nailed the double role as a thief Athili Sathi Babu and an IPS, ASP Vikram Singh Rathore in the movie. Combine with all elements like action, comedy, sentiment, heroism and a terrific flashback episode, the film become the perfect combination for mass entertainer. It attained a clut status and was remade in multiple languages. 

Yamadonga (2007) 

A fantasy action comedy film, Yamadonga, revolves around the Yama-Lok and Earth, and how the protagonist proves to be more than a handful for Yama himself. Starring  NTR, Mamta Mohandas, Priyamani and Mohan Babu in the lead roles and Khushbu, Ramba and Brahmanandam in prominent roles, the film was was a blockbuster at the box office. 

Magadheera (2009) 

Magadheera reincarnation saga revolves around two estranged lovers meeting in another life and realising that they share a strong bond. It's dramatic action sequences, well-written dialogues, foot-tapping numbers and the reincarnation theme, went on to acquire a cult status over the years. Before, Bahubaali, Rajamouli with Magadheera proved capable of bringing to life period drama. 

Eega (2012) 

Eega is a reincarnation tale crafted on a grandiose scale with spectacular visual effects, brilliant acting, top-notch cinematography and melodious music, all brought together by director S S Rajamouli. 
The film revolves around a simpleton, played by Nani (Nani), who is reincarnated as a fly after being killed by a ruthless and manipulative foe (Sudeep). The rest of the film is a revenge drama between the fly (Eega ) and Sudeep. It was dubbed in Hindi as Makkhi.

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