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Sangati Jogwar

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  • Ormax recently released its top 10 most popular male superstars in India list.
  • Except for Akshay Kumar none of the Bollywood stars have made it to this list.

South Indian movies are dominating Bollywood. The massive success of RRR, KGF 2, and Pushpa: The Rise has proved it. And that is why the Southern actors and actresses who were a part of these blockbusters have become immensely popular across the entire country. Now, they have almost equal or more fan following in India as compared to the established Bollywood superstars like Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, and Hrithik Roshan.

The Ormax list released recently shows the top 10 most popular male film stars from India in the last month. And the list shows some shocking inclusions in the top 5 spots. Interestingly, none of the Bollywood stars has made it to the top 5 except Akshay Kumar, the only film star from the Hindi film industry to secure a place on this list.

More importantly, the superstar who has topped this list is none other than Beast fame actor Thalapathy Vijay who was the first big star to deliver a massive hit post-opening of the theaters after the Corona pandemic. Most of his movies have been big hits. While in Tamil Nadu he enjoys unparalleled stardom, now it seems he is also very popular among the Indians across the country.

Thalapathy Vijay is followed by Rebel star Prabhas who had delivered a dud in the form of Radhe Shyam a few months ago. But his image as Baahubali is still fresh in the minds of the Indian movie buffs. The third spot goes to KGF 2 fame Yash who rocked as Rockybhai in his last release. Ajith and Akshay Kumar are in the fourth and fifth spots respectively. Other stars who are a part of this top 10 male superstars’ list from India include Allu Arjun, Jr NTR, Ram Charan, Mahesh Babu, and Suriya.

Meanwhile, fans have termed the list as a sign of disaster for Bollywood. "Attitude and lack of dedication are what currently hurting Bollywood. Besides, the rise of OTT platforms and love for raw contents have worked like adding insult to injury," said a fan.

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