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Top 10 South Films Of Prakash Raj

Top 10 South Films Of Prakash Raj Tamil Article

Prakash Raj has been a phenomenal actor who has aced several diverse roles, ranging from the treacherous villain to the heartwarming father figure. His contributions to the South film industry are quite worthy of praise. In this article, we will be looking at some of his top performances in the southern industry.

1. Bommarillu

It is a legendary part of Telugu cinema history. In the Telugu States, everyone uses Bommarillu's father as a point of rеfеrеncе because it is so addicting. Everyone may relate to the way Bommarillu's father’s character is designed in this movie. Aravind is portrayed by Prakash Raj as being overly concerned and thinking about his son constantly. In addition to this film itself being a masterpiece, Prakash Raj has once more proven his value. He received the Best Supporting Actor Nandi Award.

2. Parugu

In contrast to his performance as an excessively loving father in Bommarillu, Prakash Raj performs Neelakanta in Parugu, a guy who fights to get back his daughter when she runs off with her lover. The man or woman of Prakash Raj struggles for the duration of the movie just to accept that his daughter could be happy along with her companion and also harbours concerns approximately his 2nd daughter. Prakash Raj performed this surprisingly complex person comfortably.


Another well-crafted character for Prakash Raj is the Suryam character in Tagore. It's wonderful to watch him examine the case and speak in his impassioned pre-climax discourse. How talented he is as an actor will be demonstrated by the line "Meere Annaru Kada Sir Maa Telugu Vallu Emotional Fools Ani.." and the continuation. He received the Best Supporting Actor Filmfare Award.

4. Paava Kadhaigaal

One of the short movies from the Netflix anthology Paava Kadhaigal, directed by countrywide award-prevailing filmmaker Vetrimaaran Oor Iravu, centres on a father (Prakash Raj) and his daughter (Sai Pallavi) who elopes with a person from a particular caste. In his portrayal of a father who struggles just to accept his daughter's inter-caste marriage, Prakash Raj offers a heart-wrenching performance.

5. Abhiyum Naanum

The plot, which was directed by Radha Mohan, centres on an overprotective father (Prakash Raj) who tries to address his daughter's rebellions (Trisha). An enjoyable and emotional adventure is supplied by the film. It's exciting to word that, prior to gambling Trisha's father in Abhiyum Naanum, Prakash had, in comparison, played a lustful adversary who tormented Trisha in the 2004 Vijay-led film Ghilli.

6. Thoonga Vanam

A drug lord is forced to take a bag of cocaine from police headquarters in order to pay off Kamal Hassan's son, who is a police officer. Trisha, a colleague of his, is, however, suspicious as a result of this. Starring Prakash Raj, Trisha, Kishore, Madhu Shalini, Asha Sharath, and Kamal Hassan, among others. Rajesh M. Selva served as the director of this 2015 film.

7. Anthapuram

There is no debate that this belongs at the top of the list. Even though Antahpuram was launched in 1998, Prakash Raj left a lasting impression on it. He portrayed the vicious factionist Narasimha. Krishna Vamsi is the director of the movie. The actors Soundarya, Prakash Raj, Jagapathi Babu, and Ilaiyaraaja served as the movie's pillars. The movie's main draw is its excellent technical work and top-notch performances. Prakash Raj has even won the National Award for Best Actor—Special Jury.

8. Okkadu

A strong friendship exists between Mahesh Babu and Prakash Raj in this movie. Prakash Raj has performed significant roles in most of Mahesh Babu's films, with Okkadu comfortably topping the list of his most important functions. He portrays Obul Reddy, a factionist in the movie who is deeply in love with Swapna (Bhumika) in the part of Obul Reddy. Pucca Paisa Vasool describes the situation in which Mahesh and Prakash Raj interact. For the movie, he received the Santosham Best Villain Award. The film was made under Gunasekhar's direction.

9. Kanchivaram

With their collaborative effort at the progressive film "Kanchivaram," Prakash Raj and master filmmaker Priyadarshan gained the National Award. In the part he performed, Prakash Raj, a silk weaver who rose to political prominence and campaigns for better wages for weavers, became a political leader. Additionally, winning the National Award for Best Film was the Priyadarshan directorial, and Prakash Raj put on a robust performance to claim one of the pinnacle spots.

10. Santhosh Subhramanyam

In the love story "Santhosh Subramanyam," which starred Jayam Ravi and Genelia D. Souza in the key roles, Prakash Raj is portrayed as the lead. In his portrayal as a rich businessman who meddles in his son's life and desires to provide him with a comfortable lifestyle, Prakash Raj performed the part of the over-concerned father.


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