Srihari (actor)

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Srihari
Raghumudri Srihari.jpg
Born Raghumudri Sri Hari
(1964-08-15)15 August 1964
hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Died 9 October 2013(2013-10-09) (aged 49)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Residence Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
(now in Telangana, India)
Nationality Indian
Other names "Real Star"
Occupation Film actor
Spouse(s) Disco Shanti
Children 3
Relatives C. L. Anandan (father-in-law,deceased)

Raghumudri Srihari (15 August 1964 – 9 October 2013), also known as Srihari, was an Indian actor who was active mainly in Telugu cinema and appeared in few Tamil, Kannada and Hindi films as well.

Biography[edit]

Srihari was born near Vijayawada, Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh. His parents were from Gudivada. They moved to Hyderabad, and settled in Balanagar when he was still a child.[1] He started his career as a stunt fighter, and he was also an athlete in gymnastics. He was offered jobs such as Sub inspector of police and railway officer, but he rejected those offers because he had an interest in pursuing his acting career

Personal life[edit]

He got married to South-Indian actress Shanti, popularly known as Disco Shanti in 1991. The couple had two sons and a daughter. Their daughter, Akshara, died when she was just four months old. The family started Akshara Foundation in her memory, which aims to supply villages with fluoride-free water and students with school supplies. [2]He also adopted four villages in Medchal. [3]

Death[edit]

It was while he was shooting for the movie R... Rajkumar where he complained of giddiness and was rushed to Lilavati Hospital.[4] On 9 October 2013, he died in Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai, aged 49, after suffering from a liver ailment. He was buried next to his daughter's grave.[5][6]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Filmfare Awards
Nandi Awards

Filmography[edit]

Actor
Film Name Year Language Role
Brahma Nayudu 1987 Telugu
Mappillai 1989 Tamil
Dharma Kshetram 1992 Telugu Shobanadri
Bharathan 1992 Tamil Uttam Singh (cameo)
Rajadhi Raja Raja Kulothunga Raja Marthanda Raja Gambeera Kathavaraya Krishna Kamarajan 1993 Tamil Rao
Mutha Mestri 1993 Telugu
Major Chandrakanth 1993 Telugu
Allari Premikudu 1994 Telugu Hari
Doragariki Donga Pellam 1994 Telugu
Hello Brother 1994 Telugu Simhachalam
Street Fighter 1995 Telugu
Gharana Bullodu 1995 Telugu
Taj Mahal 1995 Telugu
Alluda Majaka 1995 Telugu Vasundhara's brother
Shri Krishnarjuna Vijayam 1996 Telugu Duryodhana
Ramudochadu 1996 Telugu Nagaraju
Jai Bajrangbali 1997 Telugu
Veedevadandi Babu 1997 Telugu
Gokulamlo Seeta 1997 Telugu Hari
Bobbili Dora 1997 Telugu
Muddula Mogudu 1997 Telugu Rowdy
Preminchukundam Raa 1997 Telugu Sivudu
Ullaasam 1997 Tamil
Pellaadi Choopista 1998 Telugu
Rayudu 1998 Telugu
Subhavaartha 1998 Telugu
Vaibhavam 1998 Telugu
Suryudu 1998 Telugu
Bavagaru Bagunnara? 1998 Telugu Kanaka Raju
Aavida Maa Aavide 1998 Telugu Kiroskar
Premante Idera 1998 Telugu Police Officer Muralidhar
O Panai Pothundi Babu 1998 Telugu
Sri Ramulayya 1998 Telugu
Raja Kumarudu 1999 Telugu Narasimha Rayudu
Preyasi Rave 1999 Telugu
Alludugaru Vacharu 1999 Telugu
Premaku Velayara 1999 Telugu Appa Rao
Bobbili Vamsham 1999 Telugu
Pedda Manushulu 1999 Telugu
Samudram 1999 Telugu C.I. Srihari
Telangana 1999 Telugu
Sambayya 1999 Telugu
Police 1999 Telugu
Mannavaru Chinnavaru 1999 Tamil
O Premave 1999 Kannada
Deva 1999 Telugu
Balaram 2000 Telugu
Vijayaramaraju 2000 Telugu Vijayaramaraju
Ayodhya Ramaiah 2000 Telugu Ayodhya Ramaiah/SP Patnaik (Dual role)
Sivaji 2000 Telugu Sivaji
Bagunnara 2000 Telugu
Mechanic Mavayya 2000 Telugu Prithvi
Cheliya Cheliya Chirukopama 2001 Telugu
Maa Aayana Sundarayya 2001 Telugu Bangara Sundarayya
Orey Thammudu 2001 Telugu Srinivasa Yadav
Evadra Rowdy 2001 Telugu Dhanvi
Thank You Subbarao 2001 Telugu Subbarao
Apparao Ki Oka Nela Thappindi 2001 Telugu
Bhadrachalam 2001 Telugu Bhadrachalam
Prema Donga 2002 Telugu
Kubusam 2002 Telugu Sivaram
Prudhvi Narayana 2002 Telugu Prudhvi/Narayana (Dual role)
Parasuram 2002 Telugu
Coolie 2003 Telugu
Ondagona Baa 2003 Kannada
Simhachalam 2003 Telugu Simhachalam
Seshadri Nayudu 2004 Telugu Seshadri Nayudu
Guri 2004 Telugu Subhas Chandra Bose
K.D. No.1 2004 Telugu Krishna/Ramu (Dual role)
Okkade 2005 Telugu SP Yugandhar
Mahanandi 2005 Telugu Swamy
Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana 2005 Telugu Sivarama Krishna
Hanumanthu 2006 Telugu Hanumanthu (Dual role)
Dhee 2007 Telugu Shankar Goud
Sri Mahalakshmi 2007 Telugu Lakshmi Krishna Devaraya
Viyyalavari Kayyalu 2007 Telugu Rayudu
Premabhishekam 2008 Telugu Hari Bhai
Ganapathi 2008 Telugu
Saroja 2008 Telugu ACP V. Ravichandran (Telugu version)
Poru 2008 Telugu
King 2008 Telugu Gnaneshwar Bhai
Mesthri 2009 Telugu Hari
Vettaikkaaran 2009 Tamil Devaraj IPS
Magadheera 2009 Telugu Sher Khan & Solomon (Dual role)
Samrajyam 2009 Telugu Sardar
Srisailam 2009 Telugu Srisailam
Dasanna 2010 Telugu Das
Bhairava 2010 Telugu Bhairava
Don Seenu 2010 Telugu Narsing
Broker 2010 Telugu Dharma Teja
Brindavanam 2010 Telugu Shiva Prasad alias Sivudu
Markandeyan 2011 Tamil Varada
Aha Naa Pellanta 2011 Telugu Durga
Ko Ko 2012 Kannada Sri Hari Prasad
Ko Ante Koti 2012 Telugu Maya Master
Shirdi Sai 2012 Telugu Colonel Wales
Yamaho Yama 2012 Telugu Yama
Jabardasth 2013 Telugu Javed Ibrahim
Sri Jagadguru Aadi Sankara 2013 Telugu Govinda Bhagavatpada
Toofan 2013 Telugu Sher Khan
Police Game 2013 Telugu
R... Rajkumar 2013 Hindi Ajit Taaka
Romeo 2014 Telugu
Yuddham 2014 Telugu Shankar Anna
Rough 2014 Telugu Siddharth

References[edit]

  1. ^ Video on YouTube
  2. ^ "Srihari’s social service through Akshara Foundation". Jollyhoo.com. June 22, 2009. Retrieved 25 February 2017. 
  3. ^ "Srihari". Kollywood. Retrieved 25 February 2017. 
  4. ^ Actor Srihari dies in Mumbai – The Hindu
  5. ^ Notice of death of Srihari, thehindu.com
  6. ^ Notice of death of Srihari, The Times of India