Mammootty - Dulquer Salmaan
“Mammootty” and “Dulquer Salmaan” are one among the top celebrated father and son duos in the southern film industry. Both of them still have a huge craze among all the age groups. They are the only duo, who has fans in both Mollywood and Kollywood. Both the actors don’t seem to be father and son but brothers. Mammootty is still young and inspiring. Of course, Dulquer has got an enormous female fan following than his dad. Dulquer has inherited the excellent acting talents from his father and has proved his versatility in cinema.
Sivakumar – Suriya – Karthi
“Sivakumar” is an excellent actor, who proved his smartness, innocence and talent in his initial stages of his career itself. Although he didn’t suggest his sons to choose their career as cinema, naturally, they set their career in the film industry. Suriya Sivakumar and Karthik Sivakumar are the favorite actors not only in Kollywood but Tollywood too. Both of them are inherited with some good qualities from their dad, like punctuality and perfection. Suriya has a decent fan following in Tollywood and his Singam series impressed the Telugu audiences, as it resembled their sensibilities. After “Oopiri,” Karthi has also got a good fan base in Telugu states.
Amitabh Bachchan – Abhishek Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan is always considered as the Superstar of Indian cinema. Both Amitabh and his son Abhishek Bachchan had proved their excellence in their career with the selection of roles. It is Jaya Bachchan, the beloved wife of Amitabh adds beauty to her star family. She is considered as their biggest family asset. Adding a gem to their family, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, the former Miss World cum actress, married Abhishek and raised the star value of the household. Amitabh and Abhishek’s combination in “Paa,” turned out to be a super hit and proved the skill of both the stars.
Chiranjeevi – Ram Charan
“Chiranjeevi,” the Megastar of Tollywood has still got a huge set of fan followers. Even at his 60, the star does the action sequence and dance movements with ease. Ram Charan has inherited some qualities from his dad, Chiru. He is just some ten films old and still got time to prove his mettle. “Magadheera” directed by “S. S. Rajamouli” is one of the classic performances of Ram Charan. Charan and Chiru were seen together in “Bruce Lee - The Fighter.” Chiranjeevi did an excellent action scene for his son in the climax. Chiru’s 150th film, “Khaidi No 150” is getting ready and people expect Ram Charan in a special role in his dad’s 150.
Krishna – Mahesh Babu
Krishna Ghattamaneni was one among the heroes, who did both the antagonists and protagonists during the 70s. He had a tough time with the star heroes of his period, “N T Rama Rao” and Akkineni Nageswara Rao. He had a separate set of audiences in those days. Mahesh Babu, the son of Krishna, needs no introduction. He is the superstar of Tollywood. Prince Charm is really an apt name for this hero. His casual performances are lauded by the critics as well as the audiences. In fact, Mahesh excelled his dad and had earned a good name in Tollywood. He has a huge fan following in Kollywood too.