For any film, Protagnoist and Antagonist are equally important because the presence of a baddie is essential and that’s what elevates the hero’s image. But a new trend of heroes turning villains caught up these days. Buzz is that Aryan Rajesh who tried his luck as Hero in around 17 fillms is now all set to turn as villain and his comeback is scheduled next year in his brother Allari Naresh's film.
Heroes who are usually out of favor or who realize their time for exit has come they see the best option is to get into villainy. Hero Gopichand made his entry as a hero with Tholi Valapu it flopped and later he became a villain and scored hits through films like Jayam, Nijam, Varsham. Then again he became a hero and is progressing.
The latest entrant to this club is Jagapathi Babu, once a famous family Hero who turned villain for the film Legend and got great appreciation. The film's stupendous success helped him bag the role as main Villain in Superstar Rajnikanth's Lingaa. The cine circles say it is he who has become an inspiration to the likes of Aryan Rajesh and others.
In one interview Jaggu said "What’s the harm in doing baddie roles?, even N.T.Rama Rao did roles like Duryodhana, Ravana." Well, it looks like the legendary NTR seems to be the inspiration for Jaggu and looking at Jaggu, other heroes are getting into the villainy path.
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