Ram Charan has grown into a massive box office star with just his second film, Magadheera. Even though he has huge backing of Megastar Chiranjeevi and Powerstar Pawankalyan fans, he needed to deliver on promise and did it exceptionally well in the second film.
But his very next film failed and he resorted to safe bets that resulted in many families avoiding his movies.
Once again, he went into failure zone with Thoofan, Bruce Lee and even Govindudu Andarivadele did not receive much support.
So, he started thinking about his movie choices and Dhruva came as a welcome change. And his biggest blockbuster, Rangsthalam settled all the scores and once again, he regained all that Magadheera gave him, in fact he is in better position now than ever.
He talked about his journey in films recently at a school on Independence day. He said, "I couldn't take failures when I was too young. There were days when I did not come out of my room and only my mother used to give me come into my room to feed me."
He continued, "Those were the days, that made me realize my mistakes and grow stronger than ever. Today, I am not scared off failures, because I understood they are our learning grounds and stepping stones for big success."
He is currently busy with RC12 in the direction of Boyapati Srinu and he will soon join the biggest multi-starrer from SS Rajamouli, #RRR with Jr. NTR.