Balayya Failed... What About Tarak?

Balayya Failed... What About Tarak?

24 Apr 21 @ 1:38 PM | By Bindu & Jilani

Actors attempting to essay a role that was earlier played by some other actors is very rare in the industry. There are two major reasons why actors avoid making such efforts. Firstly, they fear that it might trigger controversy if they failed to reach the expectations, secondly, most of them try to prove their versatility rather than imitating someone. But in RRR, Young Tiger NTR and Mega Power Star Ram Charan are portraying Komaram Bheem and Alluri Seetharamaraju, which were earlier played by our senior heroes. While Superstar Krishna is the name that comes to mind if we spoke about Alluri Seetharamaraju, Balayya was seen as Komaram Bheem in Parama Veera Chakra.

Now, the same Komaram Bheem role has become the talk of the town, and the reason is Balayya being the paternal uncle of NTR. For the unversed, Balayya was not appreciated for his role as Komaram Bheem, and even the film Parama Veera Chakra ended up as a disaster at the box-office. This made cinephiles and Nandamuri fans curious, and it remains to be seen if Tarak will be able to beat Balayya with his performance or not.

Already, Tarak has done a fantastic job and the introduction teaser proved the same. From powerful dialogue delivery to terrific transformation, Tarak has impressed everyone with his performance. According to analysts, Tarak is one of the most talented actors in the industry, he is bound to not disappoint the fans. It is not an exaggeration to say that Tarak will create a mark of his own as Komaram Bheem.

Comparing Balayya and NTR does not make any sense as each of them has different talents. Also, one should not forget how Balayya excelled in mythological films in his earlier days. Both Balayya and NTR are good in their own way. The only difference between them is the script selection. While Tarak is choosing the right scripts that boost his stardom, Balayya is following a routine path that is not fruitful for his career right now. Lastly, it is a known truth that the result of the film is in the hands of the directors.

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