Kondavalasa Lakshmana Rao

Other names of Kondavalasa Lakshmana Rao: Kondavalasa Pamula Rao, Kondavalasa

Kondavalasa Lakshmana Rao or better known by his stage name, Kondavalasa, is a popular Telugu actor and comedian and a stage drama artist. He was born as Kondavalasa Pamula Rao on August 10, 1946, in Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh in India. He took an M. Com and got an acting diploma from AU.

Before entering the film industry, he worked as an employee at the Visakhapatnam Trust. He later became a theatre artist and performed in over 250 stage plays and 1000 stage performances including Nijam, Tommy Tommy, Turpu Rekhali and Indian Gas to name a few. While performing in one of his plays, Allade Maa Vooru in East Godavari district, he was spotted by director Vamsy, who later offered him a role in the Telugu film, ‘Avunu Valliddaru Ista Paddaru!’ His dialogue in the film as he says, Aithe Okay, became very popular to the audience. This film got released in 2002 and since then, there is no looking back.

Kondavalasa acted in over 70 films including Evare Athagadu, Ottesi Chepthunna, Donga Ramudu and Party, Inspector, Satyam, Donga Dongadi, Xtra, Mr. and Mrs. Sailaja Krishna Murthy, Sathrubbu, Evadi Gola Vadide, Pandem, Radha Gopalam Click to look into! >> Read More... Radha Gopalam , Jagapathi, Dhana 51, Raja Babu Click to look into! >> Read More... Raja Babu , Sri Krishna Sri Krishna is a Tamil Playback Singer, and he had >> Read More... Sri Krishna 2006, Photo, Boss, Rainbow, Gopi Gopika Godavari, Varudu, Kathi Kanta Rao, Ramadandu, Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Charitra and a lot more. He usually appeared in most of director Vamsy’s films, and he also got the opportunity to work with top actors like Ravi Teja Ravi Teja is the popular Telugu hero, whose birth >> Read More... Ravi Teja , Srikanth, Jagapathi Babu and many more.

On November 2, 2015, the brilliant actor died at NIMS Hospital due to ill health at the age of 69. It was said that Kondavalasa has been fighting for his life for the past six months, and this was the reason he was not seen in the big screen for quite some time. He breathed his last while he was getting treated at the hospital in Hyderabad. Kondavalasa has already established himself in the film industry and his contributions as a great actor, and comedian will forever stay in everyone’s hearts.

Abhinav Gomatam Telugu Actor

Abhinav Gomatam

Abhinav Gomatam is a Tamil and Telugu actor, who is popular for his roles in theater plays, short films and movies. He was born and brought up in Hyderabad. Abhinav Gomatam studied in the Vignan University in Guntur. He is a talented actor who is in his twenties. He is very popular for his casual performances. He has a good comedic sense and establishes good chemistry with his co-actors.  He performs any role naturally. Whatever be the script, Abhinav Gomatam responds well to the role and he excels in it. He has been in the acting career for the past five years, and his first movie was ‘Artificial’, a Telugu short film. It was released in the year 2012. Abhinav Gomatam and Supriya Aysola played the lead roles. This film has a different storyline and the lead pair, Abhinav and Supriya, performed excellently well. This movie made Abhinav popular among the Telugu audiences. This movie has also won the Platinum Award for the Best Short Film at the Nevada Film Festival. He was also in the Telugu movie, ‘Billa Ranga’, which was released in the year 2014. He has also performed in the Tamil short film, Machan Inniki Enaku Kalyanam, which got released in 2013. He resides in Hyderabad, and acts in movies and telefilms.  He was a past employee of Lamakaan, which is a non-profitable organization. Arts, theatre arts, literature and music are conducted by the organization, and Abhinav Gomatam did a great job there. Abhinav Gomatam is a great fan of the director, Maniratnam, and he also likes Shah Rukh Khan, the Bollywood Badshah. Apart from acting in telefilms and cinemas, he spends his time reading books. Abhinav Gomatam reads all fictional and social related books. His latest movie is ‘Jagannatakam’. He is currently busy discussing his next project.


L B Sriram

L B Sriram is a renowned Telugu actor, comedian, and screenwriter. He was born as Lanka Bhadradri Sri Ram in the village of Nedunuru, East Godavari. He is the son of Sri Lanka Venkata Rama Sastri Somayaji, a famous Vedic scholar, who received the Rashtrapathi Award in 1994. Initially, he has been a playwright and actor in the Mahati Theatre Society (which was established by his brothers and some friends) for 20 years, before entering the Telugu cinema as a screenwriter in the year 1988. Sriram has written dialogues for more than 40 films including 'April 1st Vidudhala', 'Appula Appa Rao', 'Vaarasudu', 'Hello Brother', 'Hitler', 'Arundhati', 'Bhagyalakshmi Bumper Draw' and many more. He won several accolades for his outstanding work as a screenwriter including the Nandi Award for Best Dialogue Writer for films like 'Ramasakkanodu' in 1999 and the Telugu film, 'Sontha Ooru', where he also acted and won the Nandi Award for Best Character Actor in 2009. He turned actor after doing some guest appearances in several films. His breakthrough came in the year 1999, through E. V. V. Satyanarayana’s 'Chala Bagundi'. For his comic role in the film, he earned another Nandi Award for Best Male Comedian in the year 2000. He was also given a chance to do a sentimental film, 'Ammo Okato Tareekhu', which was adapted from Sriram's own play entitled Onteddubandi. Since then, he acted in several films including 'Itlu Sravani Subramanyam', 'Chinna', 'Hanuman Junction', 'Avunu Valliddaru Ista Paddaru', 'Thotti Gang', 'Dil', 'Missamma', 'Mr & Mrs Sailajakrishnamurthy', 'Radha Gopalam', 'Subhas Chandra Bose', 'Chatrapathi', 'Lakshmi', 'Happy', 'Baladur', 'Simha', 'Legend' and many more. He was last seen in Rakesh Srinivas satirical comedy film, 'A Shyam Gopal Varma Film'.

L B Sriram Telugu Actor