Krishna Bhagavaan

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Krishna Bhagavan
Born Paparao choudary
(1965-07-02) 2 July 1965 (age 51)
Kaikavolu, East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India
Residence Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Occupation Actor
Parent(s) Meenavallli Veerraju, Lakshmikantham

Krishna Bhagavan (About this sound pronunciation ), born Papa Rao Chowdhary, is an actor in Tollywood, who has appeared in more than 300 films, mostly as a comedian. He is also well known as a writer.

Personal life[edit]

Krishna was born Papa Rao Chowdhary in Kaikavolu, a small village in the East Godavari District to Meenavalli Veerraju and Lakshmi Kantham. He spent his childhood in Kaikavolu and went to Pedapudi to study at Gandhi Memorial School there. He used to cross the farms and a small canal to go to his school.[1]

He is married to Lakshmi and has one daughter.[2]

Education[edit]

After finishing his schooling, he went to Kakinada for his higher education and entered Andalamma College for his intermediate education. He came to Hyderabad for college and got his degree in Commerce (B.Com), at Ambedkar Degree College in Bagh Lingampally. He intended to continue his commerce studies with a master's degree. When he was not accepted by any college, he lost interest in continuing his studies and developed an interest in acting.

Career[edit]

He was very interested in acting since childhood and acted in school plays. His first professional drama was Pending File, in which he played the role of Parandhamayya but, as he went on the stage, he forgot his lines completely. It was a memorable experience for him as a drama artiste.

He then went to Chennai to start his film career. He did a screen test for Kranti Kumar, where he was one among 300 people. He got an opportunity to act in that film but the producer's death halted the project.

After that he did Maharshi, for Sravanti Ravi Kishore, along with Raghava, Nishanti and Ram Jagan. It was directed by Vamsy.

He then appeared in April 1st Vidudala, which was directed by Vamsy. He has done the script work for few movies including Detective Narada.

His career as an actor languished until he performed the role of Babji in the television serial Vasantha Kokila, directed by Uppalapati Narayana Rao, which won him the Andhra Pradesh State Nandi Award. Afterward, he acted in the movies Avunu Valliddaru Ista Paddaru! and Kabaddi Kabaddi.

After becoming a popular comedian, Krishna Bhagavan got offers as solo lead and acted in John Appa Rao 40 Plus, Donga Sachinollu, Mr. Girisham, Andhra Andagadu, and Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters.

Filmography[edit]

In the year 2016 as per the information from closer sources Allari Naresh is going to act in the movie which was written by Krishna Bhagavan. The movie is going to start in the month of August 2016.[3]

Telugu[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Selfie Raja Allari Naresh as Hero
2016 Oka Manasu Konidala Niharika and Naga Sourya
2016 Brahmothsavam Mahesh Babu as Hero
2016 Sardaar Gabbar Singh Pavan Kalyan as Hero
2016 Nenu Sailaja
2015 Mama Manchu Alludu Kanchu
2015 Soukhyam
2015 Shankarabaranam Nikhil as hero
2015 Rudhramadevi
2015 Shivam
2015 James Bond
2014 Ala ela In the direction of Annish Krishna
2014 Loukyam Sastri
2014 Oohalu Gusagusalade Narrator
2014 Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda
2013 Kevvu Keka Abrakadabra Appa Rao
2013 Mallamma with Venu Madhav
2013 Punnami Ratri 3D Ajay (Police Officer)
2012 Dhamarukam
2011 Shakti
2010 Kathi Kantha Rao Rao Gopal Sharma
2010 Simha Krishna Bhagavaan
2009 Desadrohi
2009 Bendu Apparao R.M.P
2009 Sankham
2009 Gopi Gopika Godavari
2009 Samarthudu
2008 Mr. Girisham
2008 King
2008 Neninthe
2008 Souryam
2008 Siddu From Sikakulam
2008 Kasi Patnam Chudara Babu
2008 Andhra Andagadu
2008 Gajibiji
2008 Kuberulu
2008 Kantri
2008 Donga Sachinollu
2008 John Appa Rao 40 Plus Debut, starring Simran
2008 Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters
2008 Mangatayaru Tiffin Centre
2007 Bhajantreelu
2007 Seema Sastri
2007 Pellaindi Kaani
2007 Mee Sreyobhilashi
2007 Nindu Pournami
2007 Yamagola Malli Modalayindi Naradudu
2007 Toss
2007 Dubai Seenu Patnaik
2007 Evadaithe Nakenti Bala Gangadhar's PA
2007 Tata Birla Madhyalo Laila Birla
2007 Amma Cheppindi Cook
2006 Maayajaalam Ghost
2006 Rajababu
2006 Evandoi Srivaru
2005 Andarivaadu
2005 Kanchanamala Cable TV
2005 Konchem Touchlo Vunte Cheputanu
2005 Allari Bullodu
2005 Pandhem Minister Appalanaidu
2005 Evadi Gola Vaadidi Kadapa Reddemma Husband
2004 Mr & Mrs Sailaja Krishnamurthy Guide Dev Anand
2004 Sorry Naaku Pellaindi
2004 Samba Sidekick of Pasupathi
2004 Venky Fake Employer
2004 Naa Autograph Bhagava
2004 Oka Pellam Muddu Rendo Pellam Vaddu
2004 Xtra
2004 Andaru Dongale Dorikithe
2004 Sankharavam
2003 Lakshmi Narasimha Police Inspector
2003 Donga Ramudu & Party
2003 Kabaddi Kabaddi Bose
2003 Avunu Valliddaru Ista Paddaru! Chittibabu
1991 Jaitra Yatra Student
1991 April 1st Vidudala Gopichand Also Writer
1989 Chettu Kinda Pleader AadiBabu
1988 Maharshi

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