Rajasekhar, one of the most versatile actors on the Telugu screen turns 52 today. Having debuted about 30 years ago with 'Pratighatana' directed by T Krishna, he has been the go-to man for any role with a difference and a flair. With stars and heroes around, he was the actor turned star. Roles like 'Ankusham', 'Agraham' etc, he soon created a niche for himself... 'The Angry Young Man' slot.
However, the 1993 release 'Allari Priyudu' a Raghavendra Rao directorial has changed his journey, making him a dancing star. While the film went on to become a huge success, it also made him confused in the script and role selection. All those 'commercial' efforts have bombed one after another at the Box Office but attempts in which he 'performed' have become successful.
2013 however has given him a new lease of hope with ace director RGV being roped in for a film 'Patta Pagalu' which was learnt to have made the actor bend his back and deliver what he knows the best, a power packed performance.
With the tribe of true actors fast approaching extinction, one wishes to have actors like Dr. Rajasekhar to last long and keep optimists on the roll. IndiaGlitz wishes the actor a very happy birthday and wish him many more performances over the years to come, on the screen not on Television.