Real Star Afsar Azad , who hasn’t get any basic training in acting, earned a great recognition as a good performer playing villain roles in various
Telugu films. He, who performed as character artist, comedian villain, main villain etc., has received applause from Telugu audience, now
spread his talents by debuting Tamil and Bhojpuri movies. Another interesting thing is that he is going to play the role of a hero in these
Azad performed as a villain in movies like ‘Evadaithe Naakenti’, ‘Satyameva Jayathe’, ‘Shiva Kasi’, ‘Raja Babu’, ‘Adhinetha’,
‘Srimannarayana’, ‘Adhinayakudu’, ‘Radha’, ‘Rudra IPS’. All these main lead villain roles brought him fame. He also did acted as a right
hand to the main villain in Pawan Kalyan’s ‘Gudumba Shankar’.
His Tollywood debut was with Srihari’s ‘Simhachalam’. He entertained the audience with his performance as the main villain in ‘Adhineta’,
‘Intlo Dayyam, Naakem Bhayyam’ and ‘Seema Shastri’.
Azad hails from Amradikurdhi Village of Momin Pet Mandal in Ranga Reddy District. He started a Gym in Hyderabad in 1990. A youth who
used to come to the gym for exercises introduced Azad to ‘Angryman’ Rajasekhar. It was the turning point in his life. Rajasekhar helped
Azad to get opportunities in movies.
In his career he completed 80 films and he got the best villain award for ‘Adhineta’.
As hero in Kollywood and Bhojpuri movies…
Azad while doing villainee roles in Tollywood gaining opportunities in Tamil and Bhojpuri films too. Now his Tamil movie as hero is
‘nallavanum Ille Kettavanum Ille’ (meaning in Telugu ‘Nenu Manchodini Kaadu, Cheddodini Kaadu’). It’s shooting is going on speedily. His
Bhojpuri movie as hero is ‘jangli Janwar’.
Azad is a villain in Kannada Stars’ films
Azad’s talents attracted the Kannada Star Heroes too. Now He has been doing films with Punit Raj Kumar and Darshan as a villain.
Azad who is busy in 4 languages hopes to perform as a hero in Telugu films too. He says that his ambition is to fill the gap that was there after actor Srihari. He also says that he will work hard to entertain the audience and he is fond of acting.
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