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Actor Adivi Sesh is currently gaining the utmost love and appreciation for his recently released film, Major which is a biopic on Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan. Apart from all this, did you know Adivi played a pivotal role in Prabhas and Rana Daggubati starrer Baahubali: The Beginining. That’s right. If you’re wondering which character he played then let us enlighten you that Adivi played the role of Rana’s son Bhadra in the magnum opus. He played the role of Bhadra, son of Bhalladeva in Baahubali.


Adivi played a negative role in the film. For the unversed, his character was killed off by Mahendra Baahubali which is essayed by Prabhas. On the other hand, his Baahubali co-stars have praised Adivi for his role and the movie. Rana Daggubati took to social media and said, “#MajorTheFilm very well done. The cast and crew are at their best. @AdiviSesh #Sashi great piece to tell the story of. And a huge huge congratulations to @SharathWhat and #AnuragReddy so proud of you guys and the @urstrulyMahesh you’ve backed awesome talent.”

Whereas Anushka Shetty who played Devasena said, “A beautiful tribute to major Sandeep UUnnikrishnanloved watching the movie and thank u team #Major for bringing this story to us..heartwarming…Congratulations Sesh, director Sashi Kiran Tikka, and Vamsi. Prakash Rah Garu, Revathi Garu, Murli Sharma Garu, Saree Manjrekar, Sobhita Dhulipala..all the actors, technicians, crew Congratulations.. please watch it in the theatres.


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Meanwhile, Bollywood Bubble gave 3 stars to Major. Talking about Adivi Sesh, the review read, “Adivi delivers a goosebump performance in this biographical drama. He has all the calibre to make you fall for his charming smile but at the same time will move you into tears when he dedicates his life to the people. He plays the character quite well and is convincing.

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