Vamsi Paidipally is one of the most well-known filmmakers in Telugu cinema, . Despite directing only a few films, Vamsi earned a reputation for himself in the Telugu cinema industry. Vamsi put forth a lot of effort to climb to the top. His journey from software engineer to filmmaker is quite remarkable. He made his debut film, ‘Munna,’ starring Prabhas and produced by Dil Raju, after working as an assistant director on the films ‘Eeshwar’ and ‘Badhra.’ Since then, he has directed four films, all of them have been box office successes.
Let’s explore the best films by this creative director.
Maharshi is one of the biggest blockbuster films in superstar Mahesh Babu’s career and the highest grossing film of director Vamsi Paidipally. This action drama was flooded with rave reviews upon its release. Director Vamsi had received huge acclaim for his work, and Maharshi cemented Vamsi’s status as one of the top directors of Tollywood. This film grossed approximately 185 crores at the box office.
Oopiri, directed by Vamsi, is an official remake of the Hollywood film ‘The Intouchables.’Nagarjuna, Karthi, and Tammannah played lead roles in this film. Oopiri was a critical and commercial success. Vamsi won the national award for this film in the ‘Best Director-Telugu’ category. This film minted 100 crores at the box office.
Vamsi Paidipally brought Ram Charan and Allu Arjun together for the film Yevadu, although they didn’t have a scene together in the film. Vamsi tried his new creative ideas in Yevadu, which were loved by the audience and the critics. This film stood as the highest grossing film by Ram Charan at that time. Yevadu made 47 crore at the box office.
Brindavanam is one of the classics of modern Telugu cinema. It is one of the most watched Telugu movies on television. Vamsi gave a memorable hit to Jr. NTR with Brindhavanam. This family-drama made 30 crore at the box office.
Vamsi made a promising debut with “Munna”. Prabhas and Ileana played the lead roles in this action-drama. Although Vamsi’s work was acclaimed by the critics, this film stood as an average grosser with 15 crore lifetime collections.