Venu Madhav (actor)
Kunath Venu Madhav (died 25 September 2019) was an Indian actor, television presenter, mimicry artist and comedian known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema. He was one of the finest comedians in the Telugu cinema, he starred in some 500 films in a variety of roles, starting his career as an impressionist; imitating celebrities, politicians, and local dialects. He received breakthrough in cinema with works such as Master (1997), and Tholi Prema (1998).
Kunath Venu Madhav
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In 2006, he received the state Nandi Award for Best Male Comedian for his work in the action comedy Lakshmi. He won two CineMAA Awards for best comedian for his work in V. V. Vinayaks' romantic comedy Dil (2003); and S. S. Rajamouli's sports comedy Sye (2004).
As dubbing artistEdit
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