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Mahesh Babu Life And Career Overview

Updated on July 15, 2017

Mahesh Babu Life And Career Info

This person is often known as the hero of the South Indian -Telugu film, but in India there is not a minimum version of the movie in which he does not work. She is at a time Actors, producers, media personalities, people of a great heart. It is good to say that he is a good back up man and a strong well-respected family history. All the activities she does, she just does not do anything else from her own personality.

Mahesh Babu's Early Life

Mahesh Babu was bron on 9 August 1975 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. His parents of Krishna (father), Indira (mother) Mahesh Babu's childhood was spent mostly in Chennai under the taking care of his maternal grandmother Durgamma and his family. Mahesh played his cameo as a child artist in South Indian Film's Needa (1979), At the age of four years, and acting in other films as a child artist. He made Rajkumarudu film in (1999) as Chief actor and won the State Nandi Award for Best Male Debut.

Mahesh Babu's Personal life
Mahesh Babu married to Namrata Shirodkar on 25 August 1999, They have 2 children’s, Gautam Krishna (Son) born 31 August 2006, Global Hospital in Hyderabad, Sitara (daughter) born On 20 July 2012. Mahesh earns 30% of his charity's annual income and most of his public activities are unselected because he likes them. In August 2013, Mahesh joined the rape and discrimination campaign against Farhan Akhtar and wrote a poem written by Javed Akhtar in Telugu version of his voice. He signed as the best ambassador of the Hill-e-Child Foundation in 2013, it is a nonprofit organization that provides financial support to parents of harmful children for the treatment of treatment.

Mahesh Babu's Controversy
Mahesh Babu was present in September 2004 in a rally of fans of Warangal for promotion of Arjuna. He and his supporters raided two video libraries and attacked their owners who were promoting the film's unauthorized CD. Mahesh said that a case has been filed against him against the lawsuits, no case has been filed against the person involved in the bootlegged CD, which calls him "fun". On September 20, 2004, Mahesh was produced in court and surrendered to the court on April 22, 2006. The final hearing was held on 7 July 2006 and Mahesh and others were expelled.

Mahesh Babu's Early career
At the age of four, Mahesh Babu's Telugu film Needa (1979) marked his debut as a child artist. After showing the film director Kodi Ramakrishna during the shooting of
Poratam (1983) in Vauhini Studios, he suggested to Krishna that he played Mahesh as a hero brother. After being inspired by the crew of the film, he initially starred
in the film of fear in the movie. He went to work as a child artist in the film of Shankharavam (1987), Bazaar Rowdy (1988), Mugguru Kodukulu (1988), Gudachari 117 (1989), and He played a dual role in the film by Koduku Diddina Kapuram (1989). Mahesh was present at that time in Bala Chandrudu (1990), and Anna Thammudu (1990). Later, Mahesh continued to study his college.

Mahesh Babu's Awards
Nandi Awards of Best Male Debut (2000)
Filmfare Awards South of Best Actor, Telugu (2001)
Nandi Awards of Special Jury Award (2002)
Filmfare Awards South of Special Jury Award (2003)
Nandi Awards of Best Actor (2004)
Nandi Awards of Special Jury Award (2005)
Filmfare Awards South of Best Actor, Telugu (2006)
Santosham Film Awards of Best Actor (2007)
CineMAA Awards of Best Actor Male (Jury) (2011)
South Indian International Movie Awards of Best Actor, Telugu (2012)
South Indian International Movie Awards of Best Actor, Telugu (2013)
South Indian International Movie Awards of Best Actor, Telugu (2014)
Vamsee Film Awards of Best Actor, Male (2015)
International Indian Film Academy Awards Utsavam of Best Actor, Telugu (2016)


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