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Tottempudi Gopichand (born 12 June 1979), popularly known as Gopichand, is an Indian actor who works primarily in the Telugu cinema. Known for his roles in action films, he is popularly referred to as Action Star and Macho Star.
He was born in a village called Kakaturivaripalem near Tanguturu in Prakasam district, Andhra Pradesh. He is the younger son of the filmmaker T. Krishna and was 8 years old when his father died.
He married Reshma, niece of Tollywood Hero Srikanth, on 12 May 2013. They have two sons named Virat Krishna (born in 2014) and Viyan (born in 2018).
He completed his studies in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He studied for an engineering degree in Russia. His elder brother T. Premchand was working as an associate director to Muthyala Subbaiah. Premchand made his debut as director and started working on a film under his home banner, but he died in a car accident.
Gopichand was in Russia during the death of his elder brother and could not attend his funeral due to Visa problems. He also has a younger sister, who is a dentist. After completing his engineering, he decided to enter the film industry.
He did a dialogue modulation course for a year.Gopichand made his debut as a hero with the film Tholi Valapu. He played negative roles in his next films Jayam, Nijam and Varsham. Following the positive reception towards his performance in Jayam, he reprised his role in the film’s Tamil-language remake of the same title. He made his re-entry as hero with the films Yagnam in 2004 and Andhrudu in 2005.
In 2006, he starred in the commercially successful Ranam and the commercially unsuccessful Raraju. His 2007 releases Okkadunnadu and Lakshyam, and the 2008 release Souryam were all commercially successful (except Ontari), following which he collaborated once again with Souryam director Siva for their 2009 release Sankham.
His 2010 release Golimar saw him playing an encounter specialist inspired by the real-life cop Daya Nayak. In 2011, he acted in Mogudu and Wanted but both were commercial failures. In 2013, he reunited with director Chandra Sekhar Yeleti (after Okkadunnadu) for the action-adventure film Sahasam which became his biggest commercially successful film at that time. In 2014, he starred in Loukyam commercially became his most successful film.
In 2015, he starred in Jil and Soukhyam. In 2017, he starred in Goutham Nanda and Oxygen which were both commercially unsuccessful. His next film Aaradugula Bullet was slated to release the same year but remains unreleased. In 2018, he played a vigilante in Pantham, which was his 25th film. In 2019, he played a spy in Chanakya.