Vikram Telugu Dubbed Movies List [Recently Updated]

List of dubbed films by Vikram Telugu: Kennedy John Victor, better known by his stage name Vikram, is a popular actor and singer in Tamil cinema. In addition to an honorary doctorate in 2011, he also took home a National Film Award, the Filmfare Award for South, the Tamil Nadu State Film Award and the Kalaimamani Award in 2004. In Tamil films, he has played a wide range of characters. .

List of films nicknamed Vikram Telugu

In addition to Hindi and Tamil, he has also appeared in Telugu and Malayalam films. When Vikram first started, he was a model and in 1988 he made an appearance on a television series called Galatta Kudumbam.

List of films nicknamed Vikram Telugu

S. No Name of the film in Tamil Name of the film in Telugu
1 Ponniyin Selvan Ponniyin Selvan
2 Mahan Mahan
3 Dhruva Natchhiram Dhruva Naksharam
4 Cobra Cobra
5 Mr. KK Mr. KK
6 Saamy Square Saami
7 Sketch Sketch
8 Iru Mugan Inkokkadu
9 10 Endrathukulla 10
10 I I
11 David David
12 Thaandavam Shiva Thaandavam
13 Rajapattai Veedinthe
14 Deiva Thirumagal Nanna
15 Raavanan Rogue
16 Kanthaswamy Mallanna
17 Beemaa Bhema
18 Maia Maia
19 They annihilate Aparichithudu
20 Saami Swamy IPS
21 Arul Akhanddu
22 Saamy Square Saamy 2
23 Pytamagan Sivaputrudu
24 King Oar
25 Samurai Samurai

He landed the lead role in a film directed by CV Sridhar as he finished his MBA. Vikram’s first film was in 1990 En Kadhal Kanmani. With Mani Ratnam’s 1993 film Bombay, he finally got his big break. However, Vikram was unable to complete the task because he refused to shave his beard.

Vikram is highly respected in the industry due to his tireless efforts and commitment to his roles. His passion and talent as an actor have earned him wide acclaim and numerous awards. He knows that whenever he works with directors Bala and Shankar, the result would be a box office hit. Many other films await him and he will no doubt continue to delight and move audiences with his performances.

Vikram supported a wide range of social concerns and was appointed youth envoy for the United Nations Human Settlements Program in 2011. While filming Deiva, he stayed at Vidya Sudha, a school for outstanding students, and was a brand ambassador for the Sanjeevani Trust. Additionally, Thirumagal has maintained a long-standing partnership with Kasi Eye Care and has its own social care group, the Vikram Foundation. After the floods of 2015 in South India, he produced and directed Flood Relief Anthem’s video, Spirit of Chennai, in honor of the city’s volunteers.

Read also:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *