Pawan Kalyan filmography
Pawan Kalyan is an Indian Telugu actor, and the younger brother of actor Chiranjeevi and producer Konidela Nagendra Babu. In addition to acting, he has also held other roles such as director, stunt coordinator stunt master and screenwriter.
- 1 Career
- 2 Filmography
- 3 References
- 4 See also
Pawan Kalyan entered the Telugu movie industry with the 1996 film Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi as Kalyan Kumar directed by E. V. V. Satyanarayana. His second movie was Gokulamlo Seetha in 1997, which was a remake of the 1996 Tamil film Gokulathil Seethai. This movie was directed by Muthyala Subbaiah and produced by G.V.G. Raju. In 1998, he also appeared in Suswagatham, a remake of the 1997 Tamil film Love Today. released January 1St 1998.
In 2001, Pawan Kalyan acted in the film Kushi. The film was released on 27 April 2001 and was directed by S. J. Surya, which became a huge hit in that year and eventually turned up as an Industry hit.
His next film Johnny, written and directed by himself, released on 26 April 2003. Kalyan also starred in the film, along with Renu Desai.
In 2004, his film Gudumba Shankar was released. The film was directed by Veera Shankar and produced by Pawan's brother Nagendra Babu under Anjana Productions banner. The film's script and screenplay were written by Kalyan and he also choreographed three songs in this film and actions scenes were conceived and choreographed by him.
In 2005, the film Balu ABCDEFG, directed by A. Karunakaran was released. This was A. Karunakaran's second film with Pawan Kalyan after Tholi Prema. This film was produced by C. Ashwini Dutt under Vyjayanthi Movies banner.
In 2006, Bangaram, directed by Tamil director Dharani was released. Later that year, he appeared in Annavaram, directed by Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao. Asin, and Sandhya were cast alongside Pawan in the film and the film was produced under Supergood Films. The film was released on 29 December 2006 and collected ₹230 million in 3 weeks and ₹300 million (US$4.3 million) in 70 Days. The film was a remake of the Tamil film Thirupaachi. Pawan Kalyan also choreographed the song "Neevalle Neevalle" in this film. During March 2006, Pawan Kalyan launched his second directorial venture Satyagrahi, produced by A. M. Rathnam, which would be a tale questioning the atrocities in society. After spending a few months on pre-production by signing with P. C. Sriram and A. R. Rahman, the film was later suddenly shelved.
In 2008, Jalsa, directed by Trivikram Srinivas and produced by Allu Aravind was released on 2 April. This film got the highest First-day collection in Telugu film history and was also the first for any regional film in south India in a single state by that time. Jalsa turned out to be the highest grosser of 2008 in Telugu cinema.
Puli was written and directed by S. J. Surya and released in 2010. An official announcement was made in the same year that Pawan Kalyan was going to play a small role in a movie about Jesus Christ directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao .
In 2012, Pawan Kalyan appeared in Gabbar Singh, a remake of Dabangg, directed by Harish Shankar. The film successfully completed 100 days and stood as the second highest-grossing film of all time in Tollywood. After this film, he worked in Puri Jagannadh's Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu.
In 2013, he appeared in Trivikram Srinivas's Attharintiki Daaredhi. The film, released on 27 September 2013, faced problems with piracy as half of the movie got leaked to the internet prior to its release. In spite of this Attharintiki Daaredhi was a blockbuster in 2013. The movie completed 100 days in 33 theaters and held the record of the highest-grossing film of all time in Tollywood, surpassing the previous record of Magadheera. Later, it was surpassed by Baahubali: The Beginning.
In 2014, a STAR India survey ranked Pawan Kalyan as one of the Top 5 Heroes of India.
Kalyan's next movie was a remake of the Hindi movie Oh My God! The movie shooting was expected to start on 19 May but was delayed for various reasons, like finding a heroine. The movie was named Gopala Gopala, with shooting started on 9 June. It was released on 10 January 2015 and got a positive response. He featured Pawan Kalyan starring alongside Venkatesh and the film was directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasani.
In 2016, Pawan Kalyan acted in the film Sardaar Gabbar Singh which was essentially a reboot of the 2012 film Gabbar Singh. It was directed by K.S.Ravindra(Bobby) and received poor reviews from critics.
In 2017, he has starred in a film called Katamarayudu which was a remake of Tamil film Veeram starring Ajith Kumar. This is director Kishore Kumar Pardasani collaboration with Pawan for the second time after Gopala Gopala (2015). It received generally positive reviews from critics.
In 2017, an Untitled Project was announced with S. J. Surya as a director and A. M. Rathnam as producer. However, in a sudden turn of events, Suryah left the project to concentrate on his acting assignments.
In 2018, he appeared in the film Agnyaathavaasi (lit. prince in exile) which was directed by Trivikram Srinivas. This marked Kalyan's 25th film. The music for the film was given by Anirudh Ravichander; this was his debut Telugu film.
|1996||Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi||Kalyan||E. V. V. Satyanarayana|
|1997||Gokulamlo Seeta||Pawan Kalyan||Muthyala Subbaiah||Credited as Pawan Kalyan|
|1998||Suswagatham||Ganesh||Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao|
|Tholi Prema||Balu||A. Karunakaran|
|1999||Thammudu||Subbu alias Subramanyam alias Subhash||P.A. Arun Prasad|
|2000||Badri||Badrinath alias Badri||Puri Jagannadh|
|2001||Kushi||"Siddu" Siddhartha Roy alias Siddu||S. J. Surya|
|2004||Gudumba Shankar||Shankar / Kalyan||Veera Shankar|
|Shankar Dada M.B.B.S||Jayanth C. Paranjee||Cameo Appearance|
|2005||Balu||Balu / Ghani||A. Karunakaran|
|Annavaram||Annavaram/ Pothu Raju||Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao|
|2007||Shankar Dada Zindabad||Suresh||Prabhu Deva||Cameo Appearance|
|2008||Jalsa||Sanjay Sahu alias Sanju||Trivikram Srinivas|
|2010||Puli||Komaram Puli alias Puli||S. J. Surya|
|2011||Teen Maar||Arjun Palwai / Michael Velayudham||Jayanth C. Paranjee|
|2012||Gabbar Singh||Venkataratnam Naidu alias Gabbar Singh||Harish Shankar||Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu
Hyderabad Times Film Award for Best Actor (Male)
CineMAA Award for Best Actor – Male
SIIMA Award for Best Actor ||
|Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu||Rambabu||Puri Jagannadh|
|2013||Attarintiki Daredi||Gowtham Nanda / "Siddu"||Trivikram Srinivas||Santosham Film Award for Best Actor – Telugu
Margadarsi Big Telugu Entertainment Award for Best Actor (Male)
Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu
Nominated - SIIMA Award for Best Actor ||
|2015||Gopala Gopala||Lord Krishna||Kishore Kumar Pardasani|
|2016||Sardaar Gabbar Singh||Sardaar Gabbar Singh alias Sardaar||K. S. Ravindra|
|2017||Katamarayudu||Katamarayudu||Kishore Kumar Pardasani|
|2018||Agnyaathavaasi||Abhishiktha Bhargav / Balasubramanyam(BALU)||Trivikram Srinivas||25th Movie|
|2020||Pink Remake||Venu Sriram|
|1988||Rudraveena||K. Balachander||Chiranjeevi, Shobhana & Gemini Ganesan||Produced as 'K. Kalyan Kumar' under Anjana Productions|
|1988||Trinetrudu||A. Kodandarami Reddy||Chiranjeevi & Bhanupriya||Produced as 'K. Kalyan Kumar' under Anjana Productions|
|1994||Mugguru Monagallu||K. Raghavendra Rao||Chiranjeevi, Nagma, Roja and Ramya Krishnan||Produced as 'K. Kalyan Kumar' under "Anjana Productions"|
|2016||Sardaar Gabbar Singh||K. S. Ravindra||Pawan Kalyan, Kajal Aggarwal||Co-Produced under "Pawan Kalyan Creative Works"|
|2018||Chal Mohan Ranga||Krishna Chaitanya||Nithiin, Megha Akash||Co-Produced under "Pawan Kalyan Creative Works|
As stunt coordinator
As playback singer
|1999||Thammudu||"Thati Chettu" and "Em Pilla" (Bit songs)||Ramana Gogula|
|2001||Kushi||"Bai Baiye Bangaru Ramanamma" (Bit Song)||Mani Sharma|
|2003||Johnny||"Nuvvu Sara Taguta" and "Ravoyi Maa Intiki" (Bit songs)||Ramana Gogula|
|2004||Gudumba Shankar||"Killi Killi" along with Mallikarjun||Mani Sharma|
|2011||Panjaa||"Paparaayudu" along with Hemachandra, Sathyan and Brahmanandam||Yuvan Shankar Raja|
|2013||Attarintiki Daredi||"Kaatama Rayudaa, Kadiri Narasimhudaa"||Devi Sri Prasad|
|2018||Agnyaathavaasi||"Kodakaa Koteswar Rao"||Anirudh Ravichander|
As Choreographer/Songs Visualizer
|2001||Kushi||All songs except "Ammaye Sannaga" and "Gajja Gallu"|
|2004||Gudumba Shankar||All songs|
|2011||Panjaa||Panjaa (Title Song)|
As story/screenplay writer
|2003||Johnny||Story and Screenplay|
|2016||Sardaar Gabbar Singh||Story and Screenplay|
|2019||Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy|
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- "Johnny (2003) Full Cast & Crew". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 21 January 2014.
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- The Guardian.Pawan Kalyan to star in Bollywood film of Christ's life
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- Happy Birthday Pawan Kalyan- Times of India. 2 September 2014. Retrieved 10 September 2014.
- Pawan Kalyan directed a scene in AD- Times of India. 17 October 2013. Retrieved 10 September 2014.
- Pawan Kalyan's Kaatama Rayuda song gets great response- Times of India. 5 August 2013. Retrieved 10 September 2014.