After creating waves on YouTube with short films, Kiran Abbavaram made his silver screen debut with the 2019 film Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru. He scored his first decent success with last year’s youthful family drama, SR Kalyanamandapam. The film got good openings because of hit music, and Kiran became a popular face in Tollywood.
But unfortunately, Kiran couldn’t sustain the momentum and delivered a dud this year in March with the crime drama Sebastian P.C. 524. The film couldn’t even garner decent openings.
Currently, the young hero has three to four films, like Nenu Meeku Baga Kavalsinavadini and Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha, on the sets.
In film circles, there is a talk that Kiran Abbavaram has the potential to succeed, but he is signing films in a hurry. There seems to be no proper planning, and he is taking up any and every film that comes his way. This can prove hazardous to his career.
His well-wishers on social media platforms are asking him to slow down and sign films with good filmmakers if he wants to stay in the game.
Kiran Abbavaram’s next release is the romantic comedy-drama, Sammathame, under the direction of Gopinath Reddy. The film is gearing up for a June 24th release. The film has Chandini Chowdary as the female lead.