After the massive success of the Baahubali franchise, Anushka Shetty has become one of the top actors not just in the south, but all over the country. She is one of the most sought after actors in showbiz.
Anushka Shetty started her career in films in 2005 with Super alongside King Nagarjuna and since then she has been part of some phenomenal movies and delivered stellar performances. Her choices make her stand out of the crowd. She gets into the sleeves of the characters that she plays. Here are 5 Anushka Shetty movies that you can watch before her upcoming movie Bhaagamathie hits the screens:
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
Devasena, the warrior queen, required someone who has an extraordinary persona. And no other actress would fit the bill than Anushka Shetty, according to Baahubali director SS Rajamouli. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion made her a household name.
Anushka Shetty played the role of warrior princess Rudhramadevi from the Kakatiya dynasty. Rudhramadevi was on par with Baahubali in terms of VFX and graphics and Anushka was hailed as the hero of the film.
Directed by Krish, Vedam stands as one of the best movies in Anushka’s career. She played the role of a sex worker in the film, and received rave reviews from critics and audience for her performance. Anushka won the Best Actress Award by Filmfare South and CineMaa awards for her performance.
Panchakshari was on the similar lines of Arundhati but set in the modern era. It was the story of a girl who is born outside the temple so the priest claims that she has divine powers. On every ‘Bonalu’ night the Goddess joins her and she resorts to sooth-saying. Anushka’s performance was appreciated by everyone.
The story of Size Zero revolved around multiple myths about chubby women. The film was a decent success and Anushka’s dedication to gain weight and then lose it again put her at the top of the list.
Anushka Shetty’s Upcoming Movie Bhaagamathie
Anushka Shetty’s much-awaited horror film Bhaagamathie looks scary and thrilling. She plays the role of an IAS officer who loves the character played by Unni Mukundan. Their life turns into a nightmare, when some politicians and police officers decide to throw Anushka into a house, which is haunted by Bhaagamathie’s spirit. Bhaagamathie is written and directed by G. Ashok. It looks like the stuff nightmares are made of. We can’t wait for the movie to release!
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