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Chiranjeevi

Personal Profile:

Name Chiranjeevi
Chiranjeevi Original Name Siva Sankara Vara Prasad
Chiranjeevi Nick Name Chiru, Megastar
Chiranjeevi Date of Birth August 22nd, 1955
Chiranjeevi Birth Place Mogalturu, West Godavari, AP
Chiranjeevi Zodiac Sign Virgo
Chiranjeevi Height 5′ 9”
Chiranjeevi Eye colour Brown
Chiranjeevi Occupation Film actor, Politician
Chiranjeevi Years active 1978
Chiranjeevi Political party Praja Rajyam Party, Indian National Congress
Chiranjeevi Education B.Com(Narsapur College), Diploma in film acting
Chiranjeevi Nationality Indian
Chiranjeevi Father Sri Venkat Rao
Chiranjeevi Mother Anjana Devi
Chiranjeevi Brothers Nagendra Babu, Pavan Kalyan
Chiranjeevi Sisters Vijaya Durga & Madhavi
Chiranjeevi Wife Surekha (married on 20 February 1980)
Chiranjeevi Daughters Sushmita (12.03.1982) & Srija (09.11.1988)
Chiranjeevi Son Ramcharan Tej (27.03.1985)
Chiranjeevi Favorites God Hanuman
Chiranjeevi Favorites Heroine Hema Malini
Chiranjeevi First Film acted Punadi Rallu
Chiranjeevi First Director D Rajkumar
Chiranjeevi First Producer Kranthi Kumar
Chiranjeevi First Heroine Reshma Rai
Chiranjeevi First Clap Love in Singapore
Chiranjeevi First Duel Role Nakili Manishi
Chiranjeevi First Shield Received Manavoori Pandavulu
Chiranjeevi First Outdoor Film Punadi Rallu (Rajahmundry)
Chiranjeevi First Shield Dist. Manishiko Charitra
Chiranjeevi First special getup Chattaniki Kallulevu (as a Negro in a song)
Chiranjeevi First Wig film Raktha bandham
Chiranjeevi First guest dance film Prema Natakam
Chiranjeevi Before marriage 11 films
Chiranjeevi Unreleased films Vaddi Kasula vaadu, Chinna Puli Pedda Puli
Chiranjeevi First Producer (to give remuneration) Jaya Krishna (Rs 1,116)

Chiranjeevi Movie Journey

Chiranjeevi debuted with Pranam Khareedu. After playing a series of negative and minor roles, he got his first breakthrough with Khaidi in the direction of A. Kodandarami Reddy. In 2002, Chiranjeevi starred in Indra, which was a success and was also the highest grossing movie in Tollywood at the time. He also won the Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu) and the Nandi Award for Best Actor for his performance in Indra. His most recent film was Stalin, cast opposite Trisha Krishnan and in the direction of A. R. Murugadoss, writer of Chiranjeevi's earlier film Tagore. His next upcoming film will be Shankardada Zindabad, which is also a remake of Lage Raho Munnabhai. Choreographer-turned-director Prabhu Deva will be directing it.

Charity and Services

On October 2, 1998, he founded the Chiranjeevi Charitable Trust (CCT), which includes Chiranjeevi Blood and Eye Banks. It is the state's largest recipient of Blood and Eye Donations[1]. The Blood Bank of the CCT helped over 80,000 people and the Eye Bank has helped about 1000 people in the state of Andhra Pradesh since it opened. On June 10, 2006, The President of India, Dr. Abdul Kalam, inaugurated the Chiranjeevi Charitable Foundation (CCF) at the Jubilee Hills Check post in Hyderabad.


Chiranjeevi Movies List

Year Movie Name Charecter Name Other Cast Notes
1978 Pranam Khareedu Narsimha Reshma Roy, Madhavi
Manavoori Pandavulu Parthu Krishnam Raju, Bhanuchander, Shoba
1979 Tayaramma Bangarayya Madhavi
Kukka Katuku Cheppu Debba Madhavi
Kotta Alludu Jayaprada
I Love You Ramesh
Punadi Rallu
Idi Katha Kaadu Subanakar Kamal Haasan, Jayasudha Remake of Avargal
Sri Rambantu
Kothala Raayudu Madhavi
1980 Agni Sanskaram Madhavi
Kottapeta Rowdy
Chandipriya
Aarani Mantalu
Jathara
Mosagadu Shoban Babu, Sridevi
Punnami Naagu Naagulu
Nakili Manishi Prasad,
Shyam
Kaali Rajinikanth, Seema, Phataphat Jayalaxmi
Thathayya Premaleelalu Bhargav
Love In Singapore Suresh
Prema Tarangalu Kumar Remake of Muqaddar Ka Sikander
Mogudu Kaavali Chiranjeevi Gayatri
Rakta Sambandham
1981 Adavaalu Meeku Joharulu Krishnam Raju, Jayasudha Guest role
Paravathi Parameshwarulu
47 Natkal Kumar Jayaprada, Sarath Babu, Saritha Tamil film
47 Rojulu Kumar Jayaprada, Sarath Babu, Saritha Telugu Version of 47 Natkal
Todu Dongalu Kishore
Tirugu Leni Manishi Kishore
Prema Natakam Guest role
Nyayam Kavali Suresh Kumar Radhika
Ooriki Ichina Maata Madhavi
Rani Kasula Rangamma Sridevi
Srirasthu Subhamasthu Saritha
Ranuva Veeran Rajinikanth, Sridevi Tamil film
Priya Radhika
Chattaniki Kallu Levu Vijay Madhavi Remake of Sattam Oru Iruttarai
Kirayi Rowdylu Radhika
1982 Intlo Ramayya Veedilo Krishnayya Rajasekharam Madhavi
Subhalekha Narasimha Murthi Sumalatha Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Idi Pellantara Radhika
Sitadevi
Radha My Darling
Tingu Rangadu Rangadu
Patnam Vachina Pativrathalu Gopi Radhika
Billa Ranga
Yamakinkarudu Vijay Radhika
Mondi Ghatam Ravindra Radhika
Manchu Pallaki Sekhar Suhasini
Bandhalu Anubandhalu Suhasini
1983 Prema Pichollu Ravi Radhika
Palletoori Monagadu Radhika
Abhilasha Chiranjeevi Radhika
Aalaya Sikharam Murthy
Shivudu Shivudu Shivudu Shivudu Radhika
Puli Bebbuli Radhika
Gudachari No.1 Vijay Radhika
Maga Maharaju Raju Suhasini
Roshagadu Madhavi
Maa Inti Premayanam Madhavi Cameo
Simhapuri Simham Radhika, Madhavi
Khaidi Sooryam Madhavi
Manthri Gari Viyyankudu Babji
Sangharshana Dilip
1984 Allulu Vasthunnaru Sulakshana
Goonda Kalidas/Raja/Ravi Radha
Hero Krishna Radhika
Devanthakudu Vijay Kumar Vijayashanti
Mahanagaramlo Mayagadu Vijayashanti
Challenge Gandhi Vijayashanti,
Suhasini
Intiguttu Vijay Kumar Suhasini, Nalini
Naagu Naagu Radha
Agni Gundam Sumalatha
Rustum Hari Urvashi
1985 Chattamtho Poratam Ravishankar Madhavi
Donga Phani Radha
Chiranjeevi Chiranjeevi Vijayashanti
Jwala Raju Radhika
Puli Kranthi Radha
Raktha Sindhuram Gopi Radha
Adavi Donga Kalidas Radha
Vijetha Chinna Babu Bhanupriya Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
1986 Kirathakudu Charan Suhasini
Kondaveeti Raja Raja Vijayashanti, Radha
Magadheerudu Jayasudha
Veta Ranapratap Kumar Varma Jayaprada
Chantabbai Panduranga Rao Suhasini
Rakshasudu Pursha Suhasini, Radha
Dhairyavanthudu Kishore Vijayashanti
Chanakya Shapadham Chanakya Vijayashanti
1987 Donga Mogudu Ravi Teja/Nagaraju Radhika, Madhavi
Aradhana Puli Raju Suhasini
Chakravarthy Chakravarthy Bhanupriya
Pasivadi Pranam Madhu Vijayashanti
Swayam Krushi Sambaiah Vijayashanti Nandi Award for Best Actor
Jebu Donga Chitti Babu Radha
1988 Manchi Donga Veerendra Vijayashanti, Suhasini
Rudraveena Suryanarayana Sharma Gemini Ganesan, Shobana Nandi Special Jury Award
Yamudiki Mogudu Kali/Balu
Khaidi No.786 Gopi Bhanupriya
Marana Mrudangam Janardhan/Johnny Suhasini, Radha
Trinetrudu Abhimanyu Bhanupriya
Yudda Bhoomi Vijayashanti
1989 Athaku Yamudu Ammayiki Mogudu Kalyan Vijayashanti
State Rowdy Kalicharan,
Prithvi
Radha, Banupriya
Rudranetra Nethra Vijayashanti, Radha
Lankeshwarudu Shankar Radha
Mappillai Kanaal Rajinikanth, Amala Special appearance
Tamil film
Also producer
1990 Kondaveeti Donga Raja Radha, Vijayashanti
Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari Raju Sridevi, Amrish Puri
Kodama Simham Bharath Radha
Pratibandh Siddhanth Juhi Chawla Hindi film
Raja Vikramarka Raja Vikramarka Radhika, Amala
1991 Stuartpuram Police Station Vijayashanti
Gang Leader Raja Vijayashanti
Rowdy Alludu Auto Johnny/Kalyan Shobana, Divya Bharti
1992 Gharana Mogudu Raju Nagma
Aaj Ka Goonda Raj Raja Meenakshi Seshadri Hindi film
Aapathbandavudu Madhava Meenakshi Seshadri Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Nandi Award for Best Actor
1993 Muta Mesthri Subhash Chandra Bose Meena Durairaj, Roja Selvamani Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Mechanic Alludu Ravi Vijayashanti
1994 Mugguru Monagallu Prudhvi,
Vikram,
Dattatreya
Roja Selvamani, Nagma, Ramya Krishnan
S.P.Parshuram Parasuram Sridevi
The Gentleman Vijay Juhi Chawla Hindi film
Remake of Gentleman
1995 Alluda Majaka Sitaramudu,
Toyota
Ramya Krishnan, Rambha
Big Boss Surendra Roja Selvamani
Rikshavodu Raju Nagma, Soundarya
1996 Sipayi Ravichandran, Soundarya Guest role
Kannada film
1997 Hitler Madhava Rao Rambha
Master Raj Kumar Sakshi Sivanand, Roshini Also Playback Singer
1998 Bavagaru Bagunnara? Raju Rambha
Choodalani Vundi Ramakrishna Anjala Zhaveri
1999 Sneham Kosam Simhadri,
Chinnayya
Meena Durairaj Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Remake of Natpukkaga
Iddaru Mitrulu Vijay Sakshi Sivanand, Rambha, Ramya Krishnan
2000 Annayya Rajaram Soundarya
Hands Up! CBI Officer Saraswati's Husband Nagababu, Brahmanandam Cameo appearance
2001 Mrigaraju Raju Sanghavi, Rambha, Simran Also Playback Singer
Sri Manjunatha Manjunatha Swamy,
Lord Siva
Arjun Sarja, Meena, Soundarya Kannada film
Daddy Rajkumar Ashima Bhalla, Simran
2002 Indra Indrasena Reddy/Shankar Narayana Sonali Bendre, Aarthi Agarwal Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Nandi Award for Best Actor
2003 Tagore Tagore Jyothika, Shriya Saran Remake of Ramana
2004 Anji Anji Namrata Shirodkar
Shankar Dada MBBS Shankar Prasad
aka Shankar Dada
Sonali Bendre Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
2005 Andarivaadu Govindarajulu / Siddharth Tabu, Rimi Sen, Rakshita
Jai Chiranjeeva Satyanarayana Murthy Bhoomika Chawla, Arbaaz Khan
2006 Style Raghava Lawrence, Prabhu Deva Cameo appearance
Stalin Stalin Trisha Krishnan
2007 Shankar Dada Zindabad Shankar Prasad
aka Shankar Dada
Karishma Kotak
2009 Magadheera Mega Star Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Agarwal Special appearance after the song "Bangaru Kodi Petta"
2015 Bruce_Lee - The_Fighter Mega Star Ram Charan, Rakul Preet Singh cameo
2016 Khaidi No. 150 Kajal Aggarwal Pre-Production

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