He is the son of top Tollywood producer and debuted as hero with critically acclaimed director K Raghavendra Rao's film, which was released on March 28, 2003. The actor is successful in winning the heart of audience with his unique acting and dance in the movies, besides creating a niche for himself. Today, he is completing 10 years as a hero. He is none other than Stylish Star Allu Arjun, who is fondly called Bunny.
At the age of 2, Allu Arjun, who was born in 1983, entered the films as a child artist with Chiranjeevi's 1985 movie Vijetha, which was produced by his father Allu Aravind. Later, he made a guest appearance in Chiru's 2001 film Daddy. In 2003, he debuted as hero in K Raghavendra Rao's Gangotri, which was an above average grosser at the Box Office. But he hogged the limelight with his second movie Arya in 2004.
Then onwards, there is no look back for this actor, who has acted in 13 films in 10 years and two of them are yet to release in theatres. His movies like Arya, Bunny, Desamuduru, Vedam and Julayi have become big successes at the Box Office. His last film Julayi has joined Rs 40 crore club. Besides, Allu Arjun has also bagged two Nandi Special Jury Awards and two Filmfare Award for Best Actor.
However, Allu Arjun is currently busy with the shooting of director Puri Jagannath's upcoming movie Iddarammayilatho. He is also playing a cameo role in Ram Charan's Yevadu. We bring you the pictures and details about the movies of Allu Arjun. Continue to see them in the slide show.
Allu Arjun In Gangotri
Allu Arjun became hero with the movie Gangotri, which featured Aditi Agarwal as his love interest. The music of the film, which was composed by MM Keeravani, was big hit, but the movie did a moderate business at the Box Office.
Allu Arjun In Arya
Directed by Sukumar, Arya, which released on 7 May, 2004, featured Allu Arjun and Anu Mehta in the leads. It was his first big hit film, which was dubbed in Hindi as Arya Ki Prem Pratigya and in Malayalam as Arya Proud of Youth and was remade in Oriya as Pagala Premi, in Tamil as Kutty and Bengali as Badha.
Allu Arjun In Bunny
Bunny, which released in 2005, proved to be another big success in his career after Arya. This film stars Allu Arjun and Gowri Munjal in the lead roles. It was dubbed in Oriya as Dharmayuddha.
Allu Arjun In Happy
Happy is a 2006 romantic film directed by A Karunakaran, and Allu Arjun starred with Genelia D'Souza in lead roles. It was dubbed into Malayalam. The Telugu version was moderately successful at the Box Office. Whereas the Malayalam version was a smash hit.
Allu Arjun In Desamuduru
Desamuduru, which released in 2007, is another big hit movie in the career of Allu Arjun, who romanced Hansika Motwani in it. It was also dubbed into Malayalam and Tamil as Hero: The Real Hero and Hindi as Ek Jwalamukhi.
Allu Arjun In Parugu
Parugu was written and directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar and Allu Arjun and Sheela played the lead roles. The film, which was sleeper hit of 2008, was dubbed in Malayalam as Krishna and remade in Oriya as Sanju Aau Sanjana and in Bengali as Shedin Dekha Hoyechilo.
Allu Arjun In Arya 2
Arya 2, a sequel to Arya was directed by Sukumar and Allu Arjun and Kajal Aggarwal played the lead roles. It was dubbed in Malayalam with same title and became Blockbuster in Kerala.
Allu Arjun In Varudu
Directed by Gunasekhar, Varudu featured Allu Arjun and Arya in the lead roles and it turned out to be a disaster at Box Office. The film was dubbed in Malayalam as Varan and in Hindi as Ek Aur Rakshak.
Allu Arjun In Vedam
Vedam, which released in 2010, was written and directed by Krish and starred Allu Arjun, Manchu Manoj and Anushka Shetty. The film was critically acclaimed, receiving several accolades including four Filmfare Awards. Krish later remade the film in Tamil as Vaanam (2011).
Allu Arjun In Badrinath
Badrinath was a 2011 action film directed by VV Vinayak. Allu Arjun and Tamanna played the lead roles in it. It released in 1,400 screens worldwide and ran for 50 days in 187 theatres. Despite mixed reviews, the movie became a success at the Box Office.
Allu Arjun In Julayi
Julayi is a 2012 action comedy film written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas. The film stars Allu Arjun and Ileana D'Cruz in lead roles. The film, which released worldwide in over 1,600 screens, was big hit at the Box Office and also joined Rs 40 crore club. It was dubbed in Malayalam as Gajapokkiri and Hindi as Dangerous Khiladi.
Allu Arjun In Iddarammayilatho
Allu Arjun is currently busy with his upcoming movie Iddarammayilatho, which is slated to hit the screens in May 2013.