Chandra Mohan (Telugu actor)
Chandra Mohan (born Mallampalli Chandrasekhara Rao; 23 May 1940) is an Indian actor known for his works predominantly in Telugu films. He has garnered two Filmfare Awards and seven Nandi Awards. He received critical reception for his performance in box office hits such as Rangula Ratnam for which he received the state Nandi Award for Best Actor, K. Raghavendra Rao-directed Padaharella Vayasu (1978) alongside Sridevi for which he won the Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu), and Siri Siri Muvva (1978). His first Tamil film was Naalai Namadhe (1975). Some of the films in which he starred as the lead actor are Seetamalakshmi, Radha Kalyanam, Rendu Rella Aaru, Chandamama Raave and Ram Robert Rahim.
Mallampalli Chandrasekhara Rao
23 May 1940
|Years active||1966 – 2017|
Chandra Mohan was born as Mallampalli Chandrasekhara Rao on 23 May 1940, in Pamidimukkala village in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh. He did his schooling in Y.V.R.M.Z.P. High School at Meduru. He graduated from the agriculture college of Bapatla. He has a brother named Chinnayya and an elder sister named Satyavathi. He is the cousin of veteran filmmaker K. Viswanath.
Chandra Mohan was introduced to the Telugu film industry through the film Rangula Ratnam in 1966. In 1968, he starred in Sukha Duhkalu, as the caring brother of Vanisri, for which he received awards.
|Ramalayam||Son of Kantham|
|1974||Alluri Seetharama Raju||Govindu|
|O Seeta Katha||Chandram|
|1976||vintha illu santhagola||mohan|
|Padaharella Vayasu||Gopala Krishna|
|Siri Siri Muvva||Sambayya|
|Sangham Chekkina Silpalu|
|1980||Ram Robert Rahim||Rahim|
|Mama Allulla Saval||Gopi|
|Radha Kalyanam||Palghat Madhavan|
|Deiva Thirumanangal||Lord Siva||Tamil film|
|1985||Muchataga Mugguru||Ram Babu|
|1986||Rendu Rella Aaru||Sadguna Rao|
|Sri Shirdi Saibaba Mahathyam||Nanavali|
|1987||Gandhinagar Rendava Veedhi||Prasad|
|Manmadha Leela Kamaraju Gola||Manmadha|
|Kaboye Alludu||Ram Babu|
|Damit Katha Adam Thirigindi||Chandram, Parvateesam, Ganapathi (Triple role)|
|Naku Pellam Kavali||Ramudu|
|Bharya Bhartala Bhagotham||Ganapathi|
|Vivaha Bhojanambu||Vasu Rao|
|Zoo Laka Taka||Madhava Chary|
|Jayammu Nischayammu Raa||Suribabu|
|1990||Ramba Rambabu||Narada Maharshi|
|1991||Aditya 369||Tenali Rama Krishna|
|Chillara Mogudu Allari Koduku|
|Premante Idera||Subba Rao|
|1999||Iddaru Mitrulu||Vijay's father|
|Ravoyi Chandamama||Meghana's father|
|Seetharama Raju||Raghava Raju|
|Tirumala Tirupati Venkatesa|
|Rayalaseema Ramanna Chowdary|
|Chiru Navvuto||Venu's uncle|
|2001||Manasanta Nuvve||Mohan Rao|
|Nuvvu Naaku Nachav||Sekharam|
|Nuvve Nuvve||Rishi's father|
|Nuvvu Leka Nenu Lenu||Siva Prasad|
|Ninu Choodaka Nenundalenu|
|2004||7G Brindavan Colony||Ravi's father|
|Athanokkade||Ram's foster father|
|2006||Boss||Girls Orphanage warden|
|State Rowdy 2007|
|Chintakayala Ravi||Chintakayala Govinda Rao|
|Maa Ayana Chanti Pilladu|
|Siddu From Sikakulam||Siddhu's Father|
|Ullasamga Utsahamga||Narayana Rao|
|2009||Sankham||Krishna Rao / Kittu|
|Shambo Shiva Shambo||Mohan|
|2012||Yamudiki Mogudu||Naresh's Father|
|Baadshah||Baadshah's maternal uncle|
|2014||Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham||Chandra Mohan|
|Loukyam||Meka Papa Rao "Puppy"|
|2017||Duvvada Jagannadham||DJ's Uncle|
|Goutham Nanda||Nanda Kishore's father|
|Mister||Senior Pichchaiah Naidu's brother|
- Gangato Rambabu - Zee Telugu as Kameshwara Shastri
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- "My First Break: Chandra Mohan". The Hindu. Archived from the original on 28 August 2011.
- "Chandramohan really worth Rs 300 Cr?". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 15 October 2014. Retrieved 16 October 2014.
- "Old Heroine's Lucky Hero - AP Chit-Chat". AP Chit-Chat. Archived from the original on 22 October 2014.
- Hooli, Shekhar H. (19 February 2015). "Telugu Actor Chandra Mohan Rushed to Hospital following Heart Attack". IB Times. Retrieved 30 April 2021.
- "నంది అవార్డు విజేతల పరంపర (1964–2008)" [A series of Nandi Award Winners (1964–2008)] (PDF). Information & Public Relations of Andhra Pradesh. Retrieved 21 August 2020.(in Telugu)
- "Mohanlal's debut 'Thiranottam'". mohanlalfansassociation. Archived from the original on 20 December 2016. Retrieved 18 December 2016.