5 Super Hit Movies Rejected By Pawan Kalyan

In any film industry hits and flops are common for any actor. Sometimes lack of knowledge and poor decisions while choosing the script will make others as stars. The same happened for Ravi Teja also, and he turned as a popular hero because of Pawan Kalyan. Most of his super hit movies rejected by Pawan Kalyan. Sometimes the actors also busy with other projects and their prior commitments so they can’t allocate dates to the film even if they liked the script.

Few actors gets the fame just by one movie, and some will fade out also just for a movie. One movie will change the fate of the star. However, ultimately the talent will get the offers. In some cases if the actors are talented but they are not good to select the right movies it may affect their career.

Have a look at some of Pawan Kalyan rejected movies that turned as blockbusters in Tollywood film industry.

1.Idiot
2.Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi
3.Athadu
4.Pokiri
5.Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu

Idiot– Director Puri Jaganandh offered this movie first to hero Sumanth it gone to Pawan Kalyan. Both the heroes have rejected this movie, and Ravi Teja grabbed the opportunity, and he become a popular hero with this film Idiot, which was released in 2002.

Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi – This movie also rejected by Pawan Kalyan then director Puri Jagannadh offered this film to Ravi Teja, and it was released in 2003.

Athadu – This movie was first offered to Pawan Kalyan, and he rejected then it went to Mahesh Babu. The movie becomes a blockbuster, and it was released in 2005

Pokiri – This movie also first offered to Pawan Kalyan, and he rejected then it gone to Mahesh Babu hands. The movie created several records in Telugu film industry and turned as a blockbuster. It was released in 2006.

Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu – First for the role of Mahesh Babu, the filmmakers approached Pawan Kalyan, and he rejected to do so then it went on to Mahesh Babu hands. It turned as a super hit movie, and it was released in 2013.

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