Vijay Sethupathi Telugu Dubbed Movies List [Recently Updated]

List of dubbed films by Vijay Sethupathi Telugu: Tamil actor, producer, screenwriter, singer and lyricist Vijay Sethupathi is a household name in India. The people of Tamil Nadu hold him in high regard and he is often referred to as “Makkal Selvan” (meaning “a person dear to the people”).

List of dubbed films by Vijay Sethupathi Telugu

He began working as an actor and accountant for the Koottu-P-Pattarai theater company in 2004. He began in the industry as a supporting actor, typically taking on the role of the friend of the protagonist. In the film “M. Kumaran S / O. Mahalakshmi ”in 2004, he made his debut as a front row actor.

List of dubbed films by Vijay Sethupathi Telugu

S. No Name of the film in Tamil Name of the film in Telugu
1 Maamanithan Maha Manishi
2 Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal Kanmani Rambo Khatija
3 Vikram Vikram
4 96 96
5 Sethupati Naa Peru Seshu
6 Sangathamizhan Vijay Sethupathi
7 Laabam Laabam
8 Super Deluxe Super Deluxe
9 Oru Nalla Naal Paathu Solren Miss Roju Chusi Cheptha
10 Junga Vikramarkudu
11 Master Master
12 Sindhubadh Sindhubadh
13 Sye Raa Sye Raa (Telugu Debut)
14 Petta Peta
15 Seethakaathi Seethakaathi
16 Chekka Chivantha Vaanam Nawaab
17 Dharma Durai Dharma Raju MBBS
18 Naanum Rowdy Dhaan Nenu Rowdy Ne
19 Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam Nuventi Nee Kathenti
20 Vanma Sethupati
21 Pizza Pizza

Indian actor and producer Vijay Sethupathi has worked primarily in Tamil films, however he has also appeared in Malayalam, Telugu and Hindi productions. He has starred in over 50 films, many of which have been commercially successful, earning him the nickname “Makkal Selvan” (meaning “The People’s Treasure”).

He has been awarded numerous awards, the most prestigious being the National Film Award (2021). Sethupathi began thinking about performing after working as a non-resident Indian accountant in Dubai. He spent the first five years of his film career in small parts before landing his big break in Seenu Ramasamy’s Thenmerku Paruvakaatru (2010). His turning point came with the films Pizza (2012) and Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom (2012), in which he played the antagonist (2012).

He left his job in 2003 because he was unhappy there and returned to India. After dabbling with friends in interior design for a while, he saw a poster advertising a company marketing pre-made kitchens and decided to apply for a job there. He described how director Balu Mahendra encouraged him to pursue acting because of his “extremely gorgeous look”.

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