Vikram Hindi Dubbed Movies List

Vikram Hindi Dubbed Movies List: When it comes to the South Indian film industry, Vikram is unquestionably Mr. Perfectionist. He’s one of India’s most well-known actors, and his versatility has helped him rise to the top. Vikram’s breakthrough role came in the 1999 hit film Sethu, which was dubbed in Hindi as ‘Tere Naam’ with Salman Khan. He has an insatiable appetite for movies, and it shows in his stellar performances. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of all of Vikram’s movies that have been dubbed into Hindi.

Vikram Hindi Dubbed Movies ListOriginally named Kennedy, Vikram was born to a Christian father and a Hindu mother in Madras, Tamil Nadu. John Victor’s (real name: Vinod Raj) father was a Paramakudi native who left to pursue a career in movies. Vikram’s dad tried his hand at acting, but he never made it big, so he encouraged his son to pursue acting instead. Vikram ended up taking acting classes and learning classical dance and acting techniques for Tamil films and TV shows. Vikram’s mother Rajeshwari worked as a sub-collector, and his brother Thyagarajan is a well-known director and actor in Tamil films. The actor’s son, Prashanth, is a first cousin of Vikram’s.

Vikram Hindi Dubbed Movies List

S.No Movie Name In Tamil Movie Name In Hindi
1 Kanthaswamy Shiva – The Superhero
2 Iru Mugan International Rowdy
3 Thaandavam Desh Prem The Real Hero
4 I I
5 Kadhal Sadugudu Aparichit 2
6 10 Endrathukulla Dus Ka Dum
7 King Vikram The King
8 Bheemaa Rocky Bheema
9 Majaa Dada No.1
10 Saamy Policewala Gunda 3
11 Arul Main Balwaan
12 Rajapattai Main Hoon No.1 Dada
13 Anniyan Aparichit
14 Dhill Meri Aan: Men At Work
15 Samurai Samurai- Ek Yodha
16 Cobra Cobra
17 Ponniyin Selvan 1 PS-1

His first film was 1990’s Kadhal Kanmani, and he went on to star in a string of low-budget Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu films that year. However, Vikram’s acting career took off after the success of the film based on Bala Sethu’s tragedy (1999), in which he played a thug who fell in love.

In 2011, Vikram was selected as Youth Envoy for the United Nations Human Settlements Program, a position through which he advocated for a number of social problems. While filming Deiva, he stayed at Vidya Sudha, a school for exceptional students and a brand ambassador for the Sanjeevani Trust. In addition to its established partnership with Kasi Eye Care, Thirumagal also has its own social welfare organization, the Vikram Foundation. [6] As a homage to the volunteers of Chennai, India, who helped after the devastating floods that hit southern India in 2015, he produced and directed the music video for the song “Spirit of Chennai” in 2016.

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