Mikkilineni (actor)

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Mikkilineni Radhakrishna Murthy (7 July 1914 - 23 February 2011) was an Indian film actor and thespian known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema.[1] He was the founder of the theater group Praja Natya Mandali.[2] He has received the honorary Kalaprapoorna from Andhra University, for his contributions towards Telugu theater and cinema.[3][4]

Mikkilineni
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Born(1914-07-07)7 July 1914
Died23 February 2011(2011-02-23) (aged 96)
OccupationActor
Years active1950's to 1970's

Early life and careerEdit

He was born in Kolavennu village, Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh. Before entering into theater, he studied Diploma in Veterinary Science. He started his film career with the 1949 film Deeksha directed by K. S. Prakash Rao.[5][6] He has acted in nearly 350 feature films and was known for his association with N. T. Rama Rao in near 150 films and in almost all the B. Vittalacharya movies.[3][7][8]

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Other honorsEdit

Selected filmographyEdit

ActorEdit

  • 1994 Bhairava Dweepam
  • 1994 Sri Krishnarjuna Vijayam
  • 1987 Dharmapatni
  • 1984 Rustum
  • 1983 Puli Bebbuli
  • 1980 Ram Robert Rahim
  • 1980 Sita Ramulu
  • 1979 Hema Hemeelu
  • 1978 Sati Savitri
  • 1977 Daana Veera Shura Karna
  • 1976 Sita Swayamvar
  • 1976 Seeta Kalyanam
  • 1973 Palletoori Chinnodu
  • 1972 Bala Bharatam
  • 1971 Sampoorna Ramayanam
  • 1970 Balaraju Katha
  • 1968 Devakanya
  • 1968 Kalisochchina Adrushtam
  • 1966 Palnati Yudham
  • 1966 Pidugu Ramudu
  • 1965 Antastulu
  • 1965 C.I.D.
  • 1965 Pandava Vanavasam
  • 1964 Babruvahana
  • 1964 Manchi Manishi
  • 1964 Pooja Phalam
  • 1964 Ramudu Bheemudu
  • 1963 Narthanasala
  • 1963 Tirupathamma Katha
  • 1963 Lakshadhikari
  • 1963 Bandipotu
  • 1963 Paruvu Prathishta
  • 1963 Sri Krishnarjuna Yudham
  • 1962 Kula Gothralu
  • 1962 Mahamantri Timmarasu
  • 1962 Gundamma Katha
  • 1962 Dakshayagnam
  • 1961 Jagadeka Veeruni Katha
  • 1961 Sri Seetha Rama Kalyanam
  • 1960 Renukadevi Mahatyam
  • 1958 Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu
  • 1957 Sarangadhara
  • 1957 Maya Bazaar
  • 1956 Tenali Ramakrishna
  • 1955 Santanam
  • 1954 Menarikam
  • 1954 Parivartana
  • 1953 Kanna Talli
  • 1953 Puttillu
  • 1952 Palletooru
  • 1948 Deeksha

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