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Sobhan Babu born Uppu Sobhana Chalapathi Rao January 14, 1937 – March 20, 2008 was an Indian film actor known for his works exclusively in Telugu cinema He made his film debut in Bhakta Shabari 1959, but Daivabalam 1959, was released earlier at the box office Sobhan babu has garnered five state Nandi Awards for Best Actor, and four Filmfare Awards for Best Telugu Actor
In a film career as a matinee idol, spanning more than thirty five years, Sobhan Babu starred in a variety of roles in works such as Seetarama Kalyanam 1961, Nartanasala 1963, Lava Kusa 1963, Veerabhimanyu 1965, Bangaru Panjaram 1969, Manushulu Marali 1969, Tara Sasankam 1969, Kalyana Mandapam 1971, Chelleli Kapuram 1971, Sampoorna Ramayanam 1972, Sharada 1973, Manchi Manushulu 1974, Jeevana Jyothi 1975, Soggadu 1976, Kurukshetram 1977, Mallepoovu 1978, Gorintaku 1979, Karthika Deepam, 1979, Mosagadu 1980, Maharaju 1983
- 1 Background
- 2 Awards
- 3 Filmography
- 4 Death
- 5 References
- 6 External links
He was born to Uppu Suryanarayana Rao and had three sisters Dhanaranga, Jhansi and Nirmala, and a brother, Sambasiva RaoSobhan Babu completed his initial schooling at Kuntamukkula Mylavaram He pursued his Intermediate in Krishna District He married Santha Kumari on 15 May 1958; they had a son, Karuna Seshu and three daughters: Mrudula, Prashanthi and Nivedhitha
- Nandi Award for achi Actor – Jeevana Jyothi 1975
- Nandi Award for Best Actor – Sharada 1973
- Nandi Award for Best Actor – Kalam Marindi 1972
- Nandi Award for Best Actor – Chelleli Kapuram 1971
- Nandi Award for Best Actor – Manushulu Marali 1969
- Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu – Khaidi Baabayi 1974
- Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu – Jeevana Jyothi 1975
- Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu - Soggadu 1976
- Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu - Karthika Deepam 1979
FilmographyMain article: Sobhan Babu filmography
Sobhan Babu died on March 20, 2008 due to a heart attack at the age of 71
- ^ a b c "Telugu star Shoban Babu passes away" dna
- ^ a b c Bangaru Panjaram in Venditera Paatalu, Krishnasastri Sahityam, third volume, Vishalandhra Publishing House, Hyderabad, pp78-82
- ^ "Actor Sobhan Babu passes away" 21 March 2008 – via The Hindu
- ^ "Sobhan Babu's statue unveiled in Kurnool" 16 April 2012 – via The Hindu
- ^ a b The Times of India directory and year book including who's who Times of India Press 1984
- ^ Ramachandran, TM 1973 Film world 9
- ^ "Latest news from India - India eNews"
- Sobhan Babu on IMDb
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