Power Star Pawan Kalyan started his acting career with the movie Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi in 1996. In his acting career spanning 19 years, the actor has starred in 19 movies and most of them are superhit films. When his career is at its peak, he is taking risk of plunging into politics. Many of his fans are scared that the actor, who recently floated a new political party called Jana Sena, would quit acting for politics.
Pawan Kalyan's brother Chiranjeevi's career was at its peak, when he started Praja Rajyam party. When all Mega family fans were expecting him to start shooting for his 150 film, the actor entered politics and contested assembly elections. Later, he merged his party with Congress and became the Union Tourism minister. But he never looked back at his acting career. Though on a few occasion, he said that he would do his 150th film, there is no sign of him returning to acting.
Following his brother Chiranjeevi's footstep, Pawan Kalyan has launched his own political party Jana Sena. He has also announced to field candidates from his party in forthcoming Assembly and Parliamentary elections. On March 21, he also met Narendra Modi to make an alliance with the BJP. After meeting NaMo, the actor said that he is yet to decide on whether he would contest elections or not.
Only time will answer the question whether he would contest elections or not. But Pawan Kalyan has already taken break from shooting to campaign for his party in the Assembly and Parliamentary elections. The actor has signed to star in Gabbar Singh 2 and the remake of Oh My God. Sources close to actor say that he would get back to acting after the elections. However, experts from the industry are keeping their fingers crossed to know whether the Power Star will quit acting for a political career.
We bring you the rare pictures and interesting facts about Pawan Kalyan's movies. Continue to see them in the slideshow.