Prudhvi Raj

Other names of Prudhvi Raj: Ballireddy Prudhviraj, Prudhviraj Ballireddy, Prithviraj Ballireddy, Prudhvi Raj

Prudhviraj, also known as Ballireddy Prudhviraj, is a Telugu comedian, who made his debut in E.V.V. Satyanarayana’s, ‘Aa Okkati Adakku’, in 1992. While working in his debut film, he spent 40 days with the late Indian film actor, Rao Gopal Rao Rao Gopal Rao was a popular Telugu actor and a pol >> Read More... Rao Gopal Rao , and learned so much about the film industry. He made an appearance in over 100 films for over two decades. Prudhviraj earned popularity because of his dialogue, “30 Years Industry Ikkada”, in the patriotic film, ‘Khadgam’, helmed by Krishna Vamsi Krishna Vamsi or also known as Vamshiramya, is an >> Read More... Krishna Vamsi , in the year 2002. Prudhviraj was born in Tadepalligudem, West Godavari District in Andhra Pradesh, and studied at Andhra University, where he finished his post-graduation in Economics. During those times, he usually joined cultural programs and stage plays, which just shows how much passion he has to become an actor. His mother encouraged him with his passion, and thus, he did not look for any other job. After his debut film, he shifted to Chennai to pursue a career in the Tamil film industry. Prabhakar Reddy helped him in his journey while he had difficult times.

He worked as a receptionist in a hotel during the night and tried to find his luck in films during the day. He has also worked as a supervisor in a video shop and a guest house, and he owes it all to Prabhakar Reddy. He appeared in films like Ninne Pelladutha, Sri Anjaneyam Aired on Gemini TV in Telugu, Sri Anjaneyam is a m >> Read More... Sri Anjaneyam , Prasthanam, Kick, Vedam, Dookudu, Aha Naa Pellanta, Gabbar Singh Click to look into! >> Read More... Gabbar Singh , Yamudiki Mogudu Click to look into! >> Read More... Yamudiki Mogudu , and Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu, among others. However, he was never recognized for his performance in these films. In Krishna Nagar, Hyderabad, he stayed with a friend in a small room. He had been struggling during those days and used to survive with only 1-kilo of rice in a week. Luckily, he got his due with the romantic comedy film, ‘ Loukyam Click to look into! >> Read More... Loukyam ’, that released in 2014.

His character as Boiling Star Bablu, a TV star, became a turning point in his career. He received praises from the critics, because of his dialogues and brilliant performance in the film. He garnered so much attention, and his character has been one of the highlights of the film. He was later casted as future star Siddappa in the blockbuster Telugu masala film, Bengal Tiger Click to look into! >> Read More... Bengal Tiger , which stars Ravi Teja Ravi Teja is the popular Telugu hero, whose birth >> Read More... Ravi Teja , Rashi Khanna and Tamannaah in the lead roles. Sriwass, who gave him a chance in Loukyam, casted him again in the 2016 action film, ‘ Dictator Click to look into! >> Read More... Dictator ’. He is also going to essay the character of Mantri in SS Rajamouli’s, ‘Baahubali: The Conclusion’, which is slated to release in December 2016.

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Popularly known as Prudhviraj, Prudhviraj Ballireddy is a Telugu comedian. Dr. Prabhakar Reddy and E.V.V Satyanarayan introduced him into the film industry with their first film, Aa Okkati Adakku.

While shooting for this film, Prudhviraj met Rao Gopala Rao and spent four days with him, during which he learnt all about the film industry. He has starred in more than 100 films to date and earned his popular name with the dialogue, ' 30 Years Industry', after his role in ‘Khadgam’, a Krishna Vamshi movie.

Some of his other films include Dictator, Loukyam, Kick, Poola Rangadu Click to look into! >> Read More... Poola Rangadu , Namo Venkatesha Click to look into! >> Read More... Namo Venkatesha , Chandralekha, Pudhupettai, and Dhee, among others.

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Prudhviraj, brought into the world on August 6, 1964, is a comedian and actor in Telugu film Industry. He was presented by Prabhakar Reddy. Later he acted in Aa Okkati Adakku. During this motion picture, Prudhviraj went through 40 days with Rao Gopala Rao where he found out about the business. He acted more than 100 motion pictures. He is noted for his job of '30 Years Industry,' in Krishna Vamsi's film, Khadgam. Prudhviraj (conceived Balireddy Prudhviraj), is an acclaimed humorist in Telugu film industry.

He was brought into the world August 6 at Tadepalligudem, West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh. He was presented by popular Dr. Prabakar Reddy and E V Satyanarayana in their first film Aa Okkati Adakku. During this film he went through forty days with Rao Gopala Rao, where he found out about the film business. He assumed numerous jobs in around 100 movies.

He was all around perceived for his exchange '30 Years Industry Okada' in Krishna Vamsi's film Khadgam, and this film changed his destiny. Prudhviraj hails from a regarded rancher family in Tadepalligudem. Prudhviraj finished his graduate degree in Economics from Andhra University. Since youth, he partook in many stages appears and social exercises. From his adolescence, he had a fantasy to work in films. With that intrigue, he went into the business. Prudhvi Raj's mom likewise bolstered him a great deal to go into the business.

After his introduction film 'Aa Okkati Adakku' he left Chennai. At that point Prudhviraj attempted his karma in Tamil film industry however lamentably he bombed there. Again he came back to the Telugu film industry and tried his karma. With the motion picture Kadgam, Prudhviraj turned out to be prevalent.

Before acting in Kadgam he worked in lodging as a secretary and furthermore in a visitor house. Prudhviraj is, for the most part, appropriate for satire jobs. His discourse conveyance and parody in movies are powerful. He had a well-noted job in the film Loukyam.

Pratani Ramakrishna Goud Telugu Actor

Pratani Ramakrishna Goud

Pratani Ramakrishna Goud better known as R.K. Goud is a popular Telugu film actor, director, producer, screenplay writer and film distributor. He is the founder of the production house called R.K. Films, who has produced and directed several films including Sardar Papanna, Swargamlo Ramanna, Jodi No. 1 and more. He is the distributor of films like Bank, Allari Pellam, Target, Gaali Seenu, Sunami, Malli Malli, etc. R. K. Goud also acted in few films such as Jodi No. 1. He first ventured in the 1992 film, Allerapella. After two years, R. K. Goud worked as the Sarpanch of the Mittapalle village in Siddipet Mandal, district of Medak in Telangana State. Before this, he also worked as the CC Bank’s Chairman of Single Window (1985 – 1994) and subsequently became the Vice Chairman of the DCC Bank in Medak. From 2009 to 2014, he has been a member of the Task Force, Food Industries and as the Secretary of the A. P Film Producers Sector. He has given his best services to the film fraternity and has been an eminent member of the A.P. Film Chamber for more than twenty years. R. K. Goud has acted in over 15 films; produced a total of 32 films; directed five films, and distributed 72 films to his credit. He showed his support in securing the interest of the people who are involved in filmmaking. He has shared a good relationship with K Chandra Sekhar Rao (Chief Minister of Telangana State) for more than two decades. In 2014, he established the Telangana Film Chamber of Commerce in Hyderabad, who provided the needs of the Telugu films’ Art and Craft.


Raghu Babu

Raghu Babu is a prominent Telugu actor and comedian, who become famous for his outstanding comic timing and expressions. He was born as Raghu Babu Yerra on June 24, 1964, in Ravinuthala, Andhra Pradesh in India. He is the eldest son of Giri Babu, a famous Telugu actor and comedian. He studied in Madras from his 7th standard until college. He took an Engineering course (AMI), but in 1988, he stopped schooling and helped his father in his film production job. In the same year, he also got married. He started acting at the age of 10 in the drama play, Sri Krishna Tulabaram, which became very popular. Initially, Raghu did not have any plans to become an actor. But the late director, Satya Reddy, insisted that he is indeed an artist and the director wanted to make him an actor. He was cast in the film, Dongalu Unnaru Jagratha in the year 1990, which marked his debut in the film industry. His real passion is to become a producer, but one day, Satya Reddy did an ad for the film without informing him. His photo was there and the rest of the cast and when he asked Satya, he just said, he is doing the movie, and so he did it. Subsequently, he did a couple of films,, but failed to get noticed. Since he doesn’t have a good educational background after failing in his 10th class, he pursued his acting career; even though nobody offered him a role in any film. His father doesn’t want to recommend him to film producers and directors, as he wants him to earn the role out of his talent. He shifted to television after director Vamsi cast him in the Telugu serial, Lady Detective. But he is still struggling as an actor, and since he doesn’t want to add burdens to his father, Raghu also worked for Madras FM (radio station) and in a prawn farm. He struggled for almost five years. He also joined the Rallapalli’s acting troupe and performed in few plays. Later on, Uppalapati Naganarayana offered him a role on DD’s Vasantha Kokila. Since then, he started earning recognitions and appeared in several television serials on ETV, DD8 and Gemini TV channels. At the same time, he is also doing stage plays under the guidance of PJ Sharma, Rallapally and Ramana Murthy. He earned a Nandi Award for his performance as Yadagiri in Gandhi Jayanthi Natakam. In 2001, he was offered to do the film, Murari. After a year, Director V.V. Vinayak, who saw his performance in Murari, cast him in the Telugu action film, Aadi. After that, there has been no looking back. He appeared in more than 150 films and became very popular for his role in the action-masala film, Bunny in 2005. He also earned praises and appreciations in the films, Mr and Mrs Sailaja Krishnamurthy (2004) and Kabaddi Kabaddi (2003).

Raghu Babu Telugu Actor