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From Rajinikanth to Kamal Hassan meet the game changers

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Bollywood cinemas has surely made a name in the world for its fabulous performers, cinematography and more than anything stunts that one cannot miss. Speaking on performers, how can one forget Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan, without whom Bollywood would remain incomplete.

But there is a world outside Bollywood and we are absolutely aware of it. They are the South-film industry. An industry that has flourushed over time and has managed to allure the audience with their breath-taking performance, its cinematography and the icons of the industry.

From Rajinikanth to Chiranjeevi, all have made a huge contribution to this date and without them the industry would come to a standstill.

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Rajinikanth, for example is someone without whom the south films would never flourish. The megastar has carved a niche in the industry. Started as a bus conductor, the actor rose to fame with his stylish looks and performances. No one can deny the fact that the actor is someone, we would like to see even today despite his age, for us he is still young at heart.

The next person is none other than Kamal Hassan. Now a politician, the actor has surely charmed us with his acting skills and dance techniques that has surely allured his audience even to this date. How can one forget his well balanced dance on the well in the movie Sagara Sangamam, a 1983 Telugu-language dance film directed by K. Viswanath and produced by Edida Nageswara Rao.

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The fact that it is something that one should not miss. The dance that he performed was absolutely breath-taking as it was performed by the legendary dancer himself.

Like him we have Shobhana, a legendary dancer and actor herself. Her famous movie 'Manichitrathazhu' is a Malayalam psychological thriller movie which was later adapted in Hindi as Bhool Bhulaiya starring Akshay Kumar, Shiney Ahuja and Vidya Balan in the main leads.

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In the Malayalam movie, the actress showcased her breathtaking yet an allurung dance performance as Nagavelli (In Bhool Bhulaiya as Manjulika performed by Vidya Balan). Her grace and beauty remains intact with her even to this date.

How can one forget Chiranjeevi. The actor who was last seen in the movie Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy is someone no one can miss. Speaking on Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, we also have Baahubhali in which we have Rani Sivagami played by Ramya Krishnana. Her alluring beauty still is embedded ifresh in our minds.

In nutshell. we just dont have the world of Bollywood, but a world outside Bollywood. Some of the icons in the industry have also been game changers even today.

Take a look at some of the images posted by Vogue India below

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