In the unpredictable world of the film industry, success often seems tied to proximity. While many strive to stay close by working within various film-related roles or in the media, one individual took a different path that led to a remarkable breakthrough.
Actor Lakshman Meesala, previously a theatre artist, is earning immense praise for his portrayal of a blind character in the film “Mangalavaram,” showcasing remarkable comedic timing alongside the highly talented Ajay Ghosh. What’s remarkable is Lakshman’s unconventional journey—from once working as a construction laborer to becoming a sought-after character artist.
In an interview, Lakshman disclosed his past as a construction worker, notably contributing to the construction of homes for industry stalwarts like Megastar Chiranjeevi and Allu Arvind. This unique connection allowed him to remain closely associated with the film industry before finally gracing the silver screen as an actor.
Lakshman initially gained recognition in the industry through his role in the movie “RX100.” Director Ajay Bhupathi has now provided him with another significant opportunity, further propelling his career. Notably, Lakshman honed his craft under the guidance of renowned acting coach Deekshithulu in Hyderabad, mastering the nuances of acting and more along the way.