Srihari

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Srihari
Born Raghumudri Sri Hari
(1964-08-15)15 August 1964
Gudivada, 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 a 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 was interested 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 the 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.[5][6]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Filmfare Awards
Nandi Awards

Filmography[edit]

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

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