Chitti Babu (actor)

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Chitti Babu
Born Sajjadh Adeebh
(1964-01-10)10 January 1964
Puzhudhipatti, Usulampatti district, Tamil Nadu[1]
Died 8 November 2013(2013-11-08) (aged 49)[2]
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Occupation Actor, comedian
Years active 2003–2013

Chitti Babu (Tamil: சிட்டி பாபு; aka Sajjiah Adeebh,[3] 10 January 1964 – 8 November 2013[4][5]) was an Indian comedian, presenter and actor who prominently played supporting roles in Tamil cinema. He was also one of the judges in the comedy show Asathapovathu Yaaru on Sun TV.

Personal life[edit]

Chitti died at the age of 49, after going into a diabetic coma.[6] He is survived by his wife, 2 daughters (Rizwanah Adeebh, Rifah Adeebh) and one son (Riaz Adeebh).[7]

Filmography[edit]

Year Movie Role Language
2002 Five Star Train TTR Tamil
2003 Ottran Marriage Broker Tamil
2003 Boys Tamil
2003 Dhool Tamil
2003 Paarai Tamil
2004 Varnajaalam Tamil
2004 Galatta Ganapathi Tamil
2004 Sema Ragalai Tamil
2005 Sivakasi Tamil
2006 Kusthi Tamil
2007 Sivi Tamil
2008 Pazhani Tamil
2008 Sakkarakatti Tamil
2008 Kuruvi Tamil
2008 Kodaikanal Tamil
2008 Dindigul Sarathy Tamil
2008 Dasavatharam Tamil
2008 Thiruvannamalai Tamil
2011 Mappillai Tamil
2012 Ooh La La La Tamil
2012 Thiruthani Tamil
2013 Sokkaali Tamil
2013 Masani Minor Tamil

Television[edit]

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