Venu Madhav (actor)

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Venu Madhav
Nationality Indian

Venu Madhav is a politician/comedy actor in Tollywood born near Kodad, Andhra Pradesh. He has acted in many movies in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam Languages. Besides an actor, he is a mimicry artist. Venu Madhav started his career with Sampradhayam by S.V.Krishna Reddy.[1]

He is also a television anchor, who has hosted several programs in various Telugu Channels. He has acted as Hero in movies such as Hungama,[1] Bhukailas and Premabhishekam.

Career[edit]

Venu Madhav got his first popular recognition with his minor role in Sampradayam and then 1997 Chiranjeevi starrer Telugu movie Master. His next role came in the 1998 Telugu movie Tholi Prema.

Partial filmography[edit]

  • Bodyguard (2012)
  • Nuvvekaddunte Nenakkadunta (2012)
  • Badrinath (2011)
  • Shakti (2011)
  • Kathi Kantha Rao (2010)
  • Brindavanam (2010)
  • Simha (2010)
  • Aakasa Ramanna (2010)
  • Ek Niranjan (2009)
  • Evaraina Epudaina (2009)
  • Kick (2009)
  • Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam (2009)
  • Tik Tik Tik
  • Samardhudu (2009)
  • Malli Malli (2009)
  • Rs 999 Matrame (2009)
  • Aakasa Ramanna (2009)
  • Drona (2009)
  • King (2008)
  • Siddu From Sikakulam (2008)
  • Blade Babji (2008)
  • Bhale Dongalu (2008)
  • Aatadista (2008)
  • Premabhishekam (2008) as Hero
  • Donga Sachinollu (2008)
  • Krishna (2008)
  • Dhyeyam (2008)
  • Sye (2005)
  • Mass (2004)
  • Ennavale (2000)
  • Tholi Prema (1
  • nuvve nuvve
  • munna
  • atanokkade
  • katti kantha rao
  • chandana brothers bommana sisters
  • sambha
  • lakshmi
  • andhala ramudu
  • priyamaina neku
  • uncle
  • gopi-goda medha pilli
  • buukailas
  • koncham istha koncham kastam
  • police police
  • Madhumasam 
  • Mahanandi 
  • Maharadhi 
  • Maharajasri 
  • Manase Mandaram 
  • Manasunna Maaraju 
  • Manthrikudu Maharaju
  • Mass (2004) 
  • Modati Cinema 
  • Mogudus Pellams 
  • Money Money More Money
  • Mr. Erra Babu 
  • Muddula Koduku
  • Munna
  • Naa Style Veru
  • Naaga
  • Nayak
  • Neekosame
  • Neenu Neenu
  • Ninnu Premistunnanu 
  • Neninthe 
  • Ninna Nedu Repu 
  • Ninnu Choosaka 
  • Oka Pellam Muddu Rendo Pellam Vaddu 
  • Operation Duryodhana 
  • Orey Pandu 
  • Pellaina Kothalo 
  • Pellamto Panenti 
  • Please Naaku Pellaindi 
  • Pokiri
  • Political Rowdy
  • Premabhishekam (2008) 
  • Premalo Pavani Kalyan 
  • Prudhvi Narayana 
  • Raaj 
  • Radha Gopalam 
  • Ranam 
  • Samba 
  • Sambaram 
  • Sampradayam 
  • Sanchalanam (2011) 
  • Sarada Saradaga 
  • Seema Sastry 
  • Seenugadu Chiranjeevi Fan 
  • Seetamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu 
  • Shiva Shankar
  • Siddu From Srikakulam
  • Simhachalam 
  • Snehamante Ederaa 
  • Snehithulu
  • Snehituda 
  • Sontam 
  • Sri Raja Rajeswari 
  • State Rowdy (2007) 
  • Super
  • Suryam
  • Target 
  • Telugammayi 
  • Tick Tick Tick (2010) 
  • Toli Prema 
  • Too Much
  • Toss
  • Ullasanga Utsahanga
  • Utsaham 
  • Vaade Kavali
  • Vareva 
  • Veera 
  • Veerabhadra 
  • Venkatadri 
  • Venky
  • Vijayendra Varma
  • Yogi 
  • Aadi 
  • Aatadistha 
  • Abhimanyu 
  • Adaviraamudu (2004) 
  • Adda
  • Adirindayya Chandram
  • Adrustam 
  • Akka Bavekkada
  • Allari Bullodu 
  • Andala Ramudu 
  • Andhariki Vandanalu 
  • Annavaram 
  • Arya
  • Ashok 
  • Athanokkade
  • Athidi 
  • Autonagar Surya
  • Badrinath
  • Bangaram
  • Bhadradi 
  • Bhageeratha 
  • Bhagyalaxmi Bumper Draw 
  • Bhajantrilu 
  • Blade Babji 
  • Body Guard (2012) 
  • Brindaavanam (2010) 
  • Bunny 
  • Chandu 
  • Chatrapati 
  • Chattam (2011) 
  • Devadasu
  • Dhada 
  • Dhairyam
  • Dhammu 
  • Dil 
  • Donga
  • Sachinollu
  • Dongala Mutha
  • Dr Paramandayyas
  • Student
  • Gang 
  • Ek Niranjan 
  • Evadaithe Naakenti
  • Evaraina Epudaina
  • Gajibiji 
  • Godava 
  • Good Boy 
  • Gopi 
  • Gopi Gopika Godavari 
  • Gowri
  • Gowtam SSC 
  • Gudumba Shankar 
  • Gunde Jhallumandi 
  • Happy 
  • Hungama
  • Hyderabad
  • Intlo Srimathi Veedhilo Kumari 
  • Jai Chiranjeeva
  • Junction 
  • Kaasi 
  • Kalyana Ramudu 
  • Kanchana Mala Cable TV 
  • Katha Screenplay Darsakatvam Appalraju 
  • Kathanayakudu (2008)
  • Katti Kanta Rao 
  • Khatarnak
  • Kitakitalu 
  • Krishna 
  • Krishnarjuna 
  • Lady Bachelors 
  • Maa Aayana Chanti Pilladu 
  • Made In Vizag 

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Krishna Reddy's Spell: Comedians to Heroes". Oneindia.in. 11 September 2008. Retrieved 26 September 2010. 

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