Vijay Deverakonda

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Vijay Deverakonda
Deverakonda at a press meet for NOTA in 2018
Born
Deverakonda Vijay Sai

(1989-05-09) 9 May 1989 (age 34)
Alma materBadruka College of Commerce & Arts
Occupations
  • Actor
  • film producer
Years active2011–present
RelativesAnand Deverakonda (brother)

Deverakonda Vijay Sai (born 9 May 1989), professionally known as Vijay Deverakonda,[1] is an Indian actor and film producer who works predominantly in Telugu films.[2][3] One of the highest-paid actors of Telugu cinema, he has featured in Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list since 2018 and has received several accolades, including a Filmfare Award, a Nandi Award, and a SIIMA Award.[4]

Deverakonda made his debut with Nuvvila (2011) and received praise for his role in the coming-of-age drama Yevade Subramanyam (2015). He rose to prominence as a leading film actor by starring in the blockbusters Pelli Choopulu (2016) and Arjun Reddy (2017), winning the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu for his performance as a volatile surgeon in the latter. He further established himself with commercially successful films such as Mahanati (2018), Geetha Govindam (2018), and Taxiwaala (2018).[5][6]

In 2019, Deverakonda launched his own production house King of the Hill Entertainment, which produced Meeku Maathrame Cheptha (2019) and Pushpaka Vimanam (2021).[7][8] Beyond his film career, Deverakonda has designed his own fashion brand Rowdy Wear, which launched on Myntra in 2020,[9] and is the co-owner of the volleyball team Hyderabad Black Hawks.[10] Deverakonda is also a celebrity endorser for numerous products and supports various humanitarian causes.

Early life[edit]

Deverakonda Vijay Sai was born in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh (now Telangana) to Govardhan Rao and Madhavi.[11][12] His family hails from Thummanpeta village of erstwhile Mahbubnagar district (now Nagarkurnool).[11][13] His father was a television serial director who quit doing them due to lack of success.

Vijay completed his schooling in Sri Sathya Sai Higher Secondary School, Puttaparthi, till his 10th standard.[14] He then studied Intermediate at the Little Flower Junior College, Hyderabad.[15] He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, which he received from Badruka College of Commerce & Arts.[13][16] His younger brother, Anand Devarakonda, is also an actor in Telugu cinema.[17]

Career[edit]

Early career (2011–2015)[edit]

Deverakonda made his debut with Ravi Babu-directed romantic comedy Nuvvila (2011).[18] He later appeared in Sekhar Kammula's Life is Beautiful (2012) in a minor role.[19] He was introduced to Nag Ashwin, who later cast him in a supporting role for the 2015 coming-of-age drama Yevade Subramanyam alongside actor Nani.[20] The film was produced by the daughters of Ashwini Dutt, a producer in the Telugu film industry; Priyanka Dutt backed him and once shooting started, Swapna Dutt signed him onto her company.[21][22]

Breakthrough and career fluctuations (2016–present)[edit]

Deverakonda at YouTube Fan Fest in 2018

Deverakonda's first lead role was in Pelli Choopulu, a coming-of-age romance film directed by Tharun Bhascker. The film became commercially successful and won the Filmfare Award for Best Film – Telugu and the Best Feature Film in Telugu at the 64th National Film Awards.[23][24] He starred in the masala film Dwaraka in 2017. He next starred in the romantic drama Arjun Reddy which received both praise and criticism for being bold and radical.[25] However, his portrayal of a self-destructive, short-tempered, and alcoholic surgeon received widespread critical acclaim, and won him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu.[26][27] In 2019, Film Companion ranked Deverakonda's performance in Arjun Reddy in "100 Greatest Performances of the Decade".[28]

Following Arjun Reddy he starred in Ye Mantram Vesave, which was supposed to release in 2013 but released on 2018. He then starred in Mahanati, a biographical film revolving around the life of actress Savitri. Deverakonda's next release in 2018 was Geetha Arts' romantic comedy Geetha Govindam, in which he starred as an innocent and nervous college professor. The film received mixed-to-positive reviews upon release, and proved to be a major commercial success at the box office. Deverakonda his second nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu for his performance in the film. His next film was the Tamil political thriller NOTA, directed by Anand Shankar, which performed poorly at the box office.[29] His next project was UV Creations' supernatural comedy thriller Taxiwaala.[30]

In 2019, Deverakonda was seen in Bharat Kamma's Dear Comrade, a romantic action drama, alongside Rashmika Mandanna. He later signed Hero, directed by Anand Annamalai co-starring Malavika Mohanan. But the film was reportedly shelved after beginning production.[31] In 2020, he acted in Kranthi Madhav's romantic drama World Famous Lover opposite Raashi Khanna, Catherine Tresa, Aishwarya Rajesh, and Izabelle Leite which opened to negative reviews.[32] In 2022, he acted in the HindiTelugu bilingual film Liger which was directed by Puri Jagannadh and produced by Karan Johar which also opened to highly negative reviews.[33][34] He then starred in Kushi which was directed by Shiva Nirvana and it opened to mixed reviews.[35] The film was a box-office bomb.[36]

Deverakonda is set to star in the upcoming film titled Family Star.[37]

Other work[edit]

He was the brand ambassador of food delivery app Zomato.[38] On 15 October 2018, Deverakonda launched his fashion brand Rowdy Wear.[9] Later, in 2020 Rowdy Wear was launched on Myntra.[39]

Deverakonda has donated to relief funds, including a donation to families of victims in the 2019 Pulwama attack.[40][41][42][43]

Deverakonda conceptualised and founded The Deverakonda Foundation, a nonprofit organisation in April 2019.[44] In early 2020, he donated ₹24,000 through the Foundation to help Ganesh Ambari, a kickboxer who won the Vaco Indian Open International Kick-boxing Championship Title 2020.[45]

An initiative was started to battle COVID-19 pandemic crisis. The foundation has successfully aided 17,000 middle-class families with their groceries and basic essentials, spending 1.7 crores, with the help of his Middle Class Fund (MCF). More than 8,500 volunteers donated over ₹1.5 crores to join his community effort.[46][47] Organisers decided to end the initiative on 2 June 2020.[48][49] Devarkonda opened his first multiplex theatre in Mahbubnagar in 2021.[50]

In the media[edit]

Deverakonda at Rowdy Sundowner Party 2020[51]

Deverakonda says his family used to call him a rowdy every time he did something that they did not approve of. Over time, he started using this term for himself and his fans.[52][53]

Deverakonda is known to express his real, honest, and unfiltered opinions on stage or during interviews, for which he has gathered a lot of popularity and criticism, at the same time,[54] as seen during his speech at the audio launch of Arjun Reddy, in 2017.[55][56][57]

Deverakonda placed 72nd in the Forbes India Celebrity 100 list of 2018.[58] He was ranked in The Times Most Desirable Men at No. 4[59] in 2018, at No. 3[60] in 2019, at No. 2[61] in 2020. He was additionally featured by Forbes India in their 30 Under 30 list,[62] and became the most-searched South Indian actor according to Google's annual report.[63]

Filmography[edit]

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released

As actor[edit]

  • All films are in Telugu, otherwise noted
List of film credits
Year Title Role(s) Notes Ref.
2011 Nuvvila Vishnu [64]
2012 Life Is Beautiful Ajay
2015 Yevade Subramanyam Rishi
2016 Pelli Choopulu Prashanth
2017 Dwaraka Erra Srinu/Sri Krishnananda Swamy [65]
Arjun Reddy Dr. Arjun Reddy Deshmukh [66]
2018 Ye Mantram Vesave Nikhil "Nikki" [67]
Mahanati Vijay Anthony [68]
Geetha Govindam Vijay Govind Also singer for "What the Life" [69]
NOTA Varun Subramanyam Tamil film [70]
Ee Nagaraniki Emaindhi Himself Cameo [71]
Taxiwaala Shiva Rawaali
2019 Dear Comrade Chaitanya "Bobby" Krishna [72]
Meeku Maathrame Cheptha Himself Cameo; also producer [73]
2020 World Famous Lover Gautham/Seenayya "Srinu" Prajapat [74]
2021 Jathi Ratnalu Blue shirt guy Cameo [75]
Pushpaka Vimanam N/A Producer only [76]
2022 Liger Sashwath Agarwal (Liger) Simultaneously shot in Hindi [34]
2023 Kushi Viplav Deverakonda [77]
2024 Family Star TBA Post-production [78]
TBA VD12 TBA Delayed [79]

TV shows[edit]

List of Vijay Deverakonda television credits
Year Shows Role Channel Notes
2017 Bigg Boss 1 Himself Star Maa Guest Contestant
2019 Bigg Boss 3 Himself Guest Contestant

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of Vijay Deverakonda awards and nominations
Year Award Category Title Result Ref.
2015 Nandi Awards Special Jury Award Yevade Subramanyam Won [80]
2017 Zee Golden Awards Best Actor Arjun Reddy Won [81]
2018 Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Won [82]
2018 South Indian International Movie Awards Best Actor (Telugu) Nominated [83]
2019 Geetha Govindam Nominated [84]
Best Actor (Critics) – Telugu Won [85]
2019 Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated [86]
2022 South Indian International Movie Awards Youth Icon South (Male) Won [87]

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