Mahesh Babu, the Telugu film industry's biggest star, is a major player in the South Indian film industry as a whole. The actor's success in consecutive films has set a standard for his peers. As a result of the excitement and intensity of his masala films, he has amassed a sizable fan base. His films have been translated into a wide variety of tongues. The movies of Mahesh Babu that have been dubbed into Hindi are listed below.
1. ‘Businessman’ rendered in Hindi as ‘No. 1 Professional Male
A crime film in the Indian Telugu language, Businessman (2012) was written and directed by Puri Jagannadh. Nassar, Prakash Raj, Sayaji Shinde, Raza Murad, and Brahmaji also star in the film alongside Mahesh Babu and Kajal Aggarwal. That year, it was one of the most successful Telugu movies ever. The Hindi title of the dubbed film is "No. "1 Executive."
The plot follows Surya as he travels to Mumbai with the intention of becoming the Mafia don of the city, only to find himself falling for Chithra, the daughter of the police commissioner.
2. The Hindi version of "Takkari Donga" is titled "Choron Ka Chor."
Jayant Paranjee helmed the Telugu western action comedy Takkari Donga (2002). Principal actors include Mahesh Babu, Lisa Ray, and Bipasha Basu. The picture grossed about what was expected of it. Choron Ka Chor is the Hindi name for the film after it was dubbed.
Storyline: A bandit in the Indian (not Native American) untamed west fights bad guys with guns for a girl and a diamond mine.
3. The Hindi version of "Bobby" is titled "Daag- The Burning Fire."
Bobby, a Telugu drama from 2002, was helmed by Sobhan. Mahesh Babu, Aarthi Agarwal, Raghuvaran, Ravi Babu, Brahmanandam, Meher Ramesh, and Prakash Raj all have starring roles in the film. The Hindi dub, titled "Daag- The Burning Fire," was a commercial flop.
Two families had a falling out over a young couple's love.
4. The Hindi version of 'Nijam' is titled 'Meri Adalat.'
The Telugu crime flick Nijam (2003), helmed by the eponymous Teja. Starring Mahesh Babu and Rakshita, the film looks promising. The Hindi dub, titled Meri Adalat, did poorly at the movie office.
The film's central premise is that one man's difficult life experiences led him to become a cold-blooded killer.
5. Hindi dub of "Raja Kumarudu," which is titled "Prince No 1."
The Telugu romantic comedy film Raja Kumarudu (1999) was helmed by K. The film is directed by Raghavendra Rao and stars Mahesh Babu and Preity Zinta. Raja Kumarudu, Mahesh Babu's debut film in a leading role, was well-received critically and financially. Prince No. 1 is the Hindi dub's official title.
The plot involves Raj Kumar spending time in Khandala with his uncle Dhanunjay. There, he meets Rani, the girl he eventually ends up falling in love with. But in the end, they always wind up fighting with one other. After Raj Kumar rescues Rani from a group of thugs, she can't help but fall in love with him. At that very moment, Dhanunjay spills the beans on Raj Kumar's parents' sour history. The plot then abruptly changes direction. The story itself consists of two parts: what it is and what occurs next.
6. A Hindi version of "Arjun" titled "Maidaan-E-Jung"
Gunasekhar penned the script and directed the action drama Arjun in 2004. Actors Mahesh Babu, Shriya Saran, Keerthi Reddy, Raja Abel, Prakashraj, Saritha, and Murali Mohan were featured in the movie. The Hindi dub, titled Maidan-E-Jung, performed above expectations at the box office.
This story is about a young man who puts his life on the line to protect his sister from her violent in-laws and make sure she is happy.
7. Cheetah: The Power of One is the Hindi dub of the Tamil film Athadu.
Athadu is a Trivikram Srinivas film from 2005, and it's an Indian Telugu action thriller. Mahesh Babu, Trisha Krishnan, Sonu Sood, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Sayaji Shinde, Nassar, and Prakash Raj are just some of the talented actors featured in the film. The Hindi version, titled "Cheetah: The Power of One," was also a box office success.
The plot involves a contract killer who is falsely accused of murder and who, to evade capture, takes on the identity of a recently deceased man.
8. 'Sainikudu' was adapted into Hindi as 'Ab Humse Na Takrana.
Gunasekhar wrote and directed the Telugu action film Sainikudu in 2006. Mahesh Babu, Irrfan Khan, Trisha, and Kamna Jethmalani are the film's main cast members. Irfan Khan was the film's primary villain, and Prakash Raj had a supporting role. The Hindi dub, titled Ab Humse Na Takrana, was an even bigger failure than the original.
In the story, Siddharth prevents the aid supplies meant for flood victims from slipping into the wrong hands. It starts a conflict between him and a corrupt politician, and the plot thickens from there.
9. Hindi dub of "Athidhi," titled "International Khiladi: The Iron Man."
Mahesh Babu and Amrita Rao feature in the Telugu action thriller Athidhi (2007). Dubbed in Hindi as "International Khiladi: The Iron Man," the film bombed at the box office.
In the story, Athidhi falls in love with Amrita without realizing that she is the daughter of his adoptive parents when he returns after a 13-year prison stint for the bogus murder conviction he received.
10. The Hindi version of 'Khaleja,' titled 'Jigar Kaleja.
Featuring Mahesh Babu, Anushka Shetty, and Prakash Raj as the film's main adversary, Trivikram Srinivas' Khaleja (2010) is a fantasy-action comedy set in India's Telugu language. The Hindi dub of the movie, titled "Jigar Kaleja," also bombed.
The film's plot revolves around the negative impacts of illegal mining on the environment in India. When a mystery illness sweeps through a small town, the residents turn to an unassuming taxi driver for help.
11. "1: Nenokkadine" was dubbed into Hindi as "1: Ek Ka Dum."
The Indian Telugu-language film Nenokkadine (2014), written and directed by Sukumar, is a psychological thriller. Mahesh Babu and Kriti Sanon play the main characters in the movie. The film, renamed 1: Ek Ka Dum in its Hindi dub, was poorly made and received mixed reviews.
A rock star's psychological inhibitions stand in the way of his quest for vengeance over the murder of his parents.
12. The Hindi dub of "Dookudu" is titled "The Real Tiger."
Mahesh Babu and Samantha Ruth Prabhu star in the lead roles of Dookudu (2011), an Indian Telugu-language action comedy film directed by Srinu Vaitla. It was well-received by critics and customers alike after its initial release. The Hindi title means "The Real Tiger."
Ajay, an undercover officer, is tasked with apprehending a dangerous mafia don with whom he has a grudge.
13. The Hindi dub of "Naani" is titled "Nani- The Magic Man."
The Telugu movie Naani (2004) was helmed by S. Featuring Mahesh Babu and Amisha Patel, the film was directed by J. Suryaah. Dubbed in Hindi as "Nani- The Magic Man," the picture bombed in the multiplex.
Naani, a little child of eight, tries to take his own life and is saved by a scientist whose innovation drastically improves the rest of his life. The boy had no idea that this experience would teach him to be a better person and a better son, lover, and parent.
14. Hindi dubbed version of 'Aagadu' is titled 'Encounter Shankar.
Bollywood director Srinu Vaitla helmed the action comedy Aagadu, released in India in 2014.
Rajendra Prasad, Sonu Sood, Brahmanandam, and M. are among the supporting cast members, joining Mahesh Babu and Tamannaah in the film's spotlight. S. Narayana's cameos are great. A guest appearance by Shruti Haasan was a highlight. The response it got at the box office was about par. Filmgoers in India can watch "Encounter Shankar," the film's new Hindi title.
The plot is a transfer of a specialist in encounters to the role of CI in a village ruled by a local thug.
15. Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu was dubbed into Hindi as Sabse Badhkar Hum 2.
Srikanth Addala wrote and directed the Indian Telugu-language drama film Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (2013). The film stars Mahesh Babu, Daggubati Venkatesh, Anjali, and Samantha Ruth Prabhu, with Prakash Raj, Jayasudha, Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, and Rohini Hattangadi in supporting roles. The Hindi version, titled "Sabse Badhkar Hum 2," was a smashing success.
Two brothers named Peddhodu and Chinnodu live in a remote village. Peddhodu has a strong distaste for his uncle's family because they seem to take his own family and their customs for granted. His parents surprise him one day by telling him that his sister has proposed to someone from his uncle's extended family. The result is a major argument between the siblings.
16. "Srimanthudu," became "The Real Tevar" in its Hindi dub.
Srimanthudu is a drama film released in 2015 in the Indian language of Telugu and directed by Koratala Siva.
The film's male lead was played by Mahesh Babu, and the female lead was performed by Shruti Haasan. The supporting cast includes names like Jagapati Babu, Rajendra Prasad, Sampath Raj, Mukesh Rishi, Sukanya, and Harish Uthaman. As "The Real Tevar," the Hindi translation of the film was a huge success.
Harsha, a multimillionaire who seemingly has it all, is unhappy. To fill this emptiness, he decides to take on the responsibility of bringing positive change to an entire village.
17. Pokiri's Hindi dub is titled Tapori Wanted.
Puri Jagannadh penned and directed the Indian Telugu language action film Pokiri (2006). Mahesh Babu, Ileana D'Cruz, Prakash Raj, Nassar, and Sayaji Shinde all have starring parts in the film. The Hindi version, titled Tapori Wanted, was also a success.
A street killer's cover story is that he wants to join an underground gang in the city, but his true identity and motivations are eventually revealed.
18. The Hindi version of "Brahmotsavam," titled "The Real Tevar 2,"
Written and directed by Srikanth Addala, Brahmotsavam (2016) is a Telugu-language Indian drama film. The film's main characters are played by Mahesh Babu, Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, and Pranitha Subhash. They dubbed it into Hindi as "The Real Tevar 2," and it wasn't a great movie.
A father seeks to marry off his daughter to strengthen his position in the family, but the boy he has in mind is already in love with someone else.