Rajanala Nageswara Rao

Other names of Rajanala Nageswara Rao: R. N. Rao

R. N. Rao was born in 1925 when India was under the control of British; he was one among all who witnessed the independence of India from British; and partition of India and Pakistan as well. He was a great actor of ancient cinemas. But the cinema lost a star when he passed away in the year 1995, due to an evil cancer. He is the one known for the upliftment of Telugu cinemas. He did his schooling in a Muslim University. Later in his age, he joined as a manager in a theater, by which he made his earnings and savings.

As the day passed, he was offered n opportunity to work in the film industry. His debut in acting was under the direction of Pullaih in the film called "Sankranti" (a festival celebrated in South India, especially in Karnataka). He is very well known for his negative roles as villains in movies like "Aggi Ramudu" etc. He eventually gained name, fame, respect, popularity with time. He was greatly influenced by the huge success that his movie " Donga Ramudu" brought to him, where he played a role of Babul, which exactly paid off for his hard work.

Raja Abel Telugu Actor

Raja Abel

Raja Abel is a well-known face in the Telugu film industry. He was the male protagonist in the Telugu hit, ‘Anand’. Raja was born on 9 November, 1978, in Vizag. Raja was born to a British mother and a Brahmin father from Andhra Pradesh. His mother died when he was just five, and his father died due to a heart attack in 1989. Since he lost his parents at such a young age, he and his sisters had to work to support their education. Raja has one elder sister, Vijaya, and a younger sister, Padmini. He is married to Amrita Vincent (2014). Raja made his debut with ‘Vechivunta’ (2001), a Telugu film. Before starting his career in movies, he did eighteen commercials in Mumbai. Though his opening films did not do well at the box office, his performances were much appreciated. His movie, Anand (2004), brought him many accolades and the film was a blockbuster hit. Raja gave another hit, ‘Vennela’, in 2005, and after that, there was no looking back for him. Apart from acting, he loves skating, swimming, playing basketball, table tennis and horse riding. He has participated at the district level in skating. Another Version of this Bio... Raja Abel is a very famous Telugu actor who was born in Visakhapatnam, situated in Andhra Pradesh, on 9th of November, 1978. He is currently aged 37 and is one among the young actors who is seen with young, beautiful, dashing and sizzling actresses. He is married to his lady love, Amrita Vincent. Raja Abel got into his relationship and entered wedlock in the year 2014, and also has a cute little daughter. His parents had a great life story tearing the boundaries of the basics, language, cast, creed, color, etc. His mother was from a Christian family and was from London, while his father hailed from Andhra, India. His family consists of his parents and his fellow siblings named Vijaya and Padmini. His parents are known to have died at a very early age, leaving their children as orphans. He debuted in the film industry, and he is known to have made his debut in the year 2002. Before entering into the vivid and colorful life of the film industry, he was known to have been an active participant in politics. He is involved in a tag of controversies with Pawan Kalyan, on the rumors of his death in a car accident. He is a great actor and politician. He is one among many actors who has often been invited to many guest lectures in India, as well as in foreign countries, like the US.



Rallapalli Narasimha Rao or more popularly known as Rallapalli, is a well-known actor from India known for his roles in films and television series in the Telugu and Tamil film industries. He is one of the most respected and loved film actors in the history of Telugu and Tamil cinema. He has made appearance in almost 900 films. He was born on the 10th of October in the year 1955 in a village named Rallapalli in the mandal of Kambadur, in the district of Anantpur in Andhra Pradesh. He is popularly recognized by the masses for his prominent roles in Tamil movies like, ‘Minsara Kanavu’ and ‘Bombay’. He made his acting debut in the year 1979, in the film ‘Toorpu Velle Railu’ which was in Telugu and starred alongside actors such as ‘Mohan’, ‘Jyoti’, and Sakshi Ranga Rao. This film was a remake of the film, ‘Kizhake Pokum Rail’ a Tamil movie. With this he had his hands full with offers from a lot of other movies. He later made appearances in many films such as, ‘Kanchiki Cherani Katha’ and ‘Kukka Katuku Cheppu Debba’ in the year 1979. In 1981 he appeared in ‘Tyagayya’ and ‘Seeta Kokachiluka’ and in ‘Subhalekha’ in 1982. In the year 1983, he appeared in the films, ‘Abhilasha’ in which he played the role of ‘Vishnu Sharma’, ‘Mantrigari Viyyankundu’, ‘Alaya Sikharam’ and in ‘Khaidi’ in which he played the role of ‘Sarma’. He did many prominent roles throughout the 80s and 90s. In the year 1995, he appeared in ‘Subha Sankalpam’ in which he played the role of ‘Bheema Raju’, and then appeared in ‘Lingabadu Love Story’, in ‘Ghatothkachudu’, and in ‘Bombay’ in which he played the role of ‘Raallapalli’. He has also appeared in many films throughout the 2000s, such as in ‘Veerabhadra’ in 2006, ‘Donga Sachinollu’ in 2008, ‘Mitrudu’ in 2009 and ‘Uday Babu’ in 2011, etc. He received the Best Male Comedian Award at the Nandi Awards in 1986.

Rallapalli Telugu Actor