Akkineni Nagarjuna Age, Biography, DOB, Movies

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Akkineni Nagarjuna
Akkineni Nagarjuna

Akkineni Nagarjuna:

Full Name: Akkineni Nagarjuna

Date Of Birth: 29th August, 1959

Parents: Nageswara Roa & Annapurna

Wife: Lakshmi, Amala

Childrens: Akkineni Naga Chaitanya, Akkineni Akhil, Akkineni Samantha (Chaitanya’s wife)

About Nagarjuna:

Akkineni Nagarjuna, referred to mononymously as Nagarjuna, or Nagappa is an Indian film on-screen character, maker, TV moderator, and business visionary, basically known for his works in Telugu language films.

Nagarjuna Rao was conceived on 29 August 1959 in Madras, Chennai. Born to the actor Nageswara Rao Akkineni and his better half Annapurna.

Nagarjuna’s Education:

He went to the Hyderabad Public School and Little Flower Junior College, Hyderabad. He finished one year of his Bachelor of Engineering from the College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University in Madras, and earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Marriage & Family:

In February 1984, he wedded Lakshmi Daggubati, the girl of D. Ramanaidu, an unmistakable movie producer, and sister of the entertainer Venkatesh and maker Suresh Babu. Lakshmi and Nagarjuna have one child, on-screen character Naga Chaitanya conceived in 1986. Nonetheless, the couple were separated in 1990. He on the other hand wedded entertainer Amala in June 1992 and the couple have one child, on-screen character Akhil conceived in 1994.

Nagarjuna Career:

Sudigundalu:

He started going about as a kid craftsman in the 1967 Telugu movie Sudigundalu coordinated by veteran Adurthi Subbarao. He showed up as a newborn child in film Velugu Needalu wrote by Sri. The two motion pictures featured his dad Akkineni Nageswara Rao in the number one spot job. A long time later he made his introduction as a lead on-screen character through the 1986 Telugu movie Vikram, coordinated by V. Madhusudhana Rao.

It is the revamp of the 1983 Hindi film Hero. The film was a triumph, giving Nagarjuna a decent beginning. Afterward, he featured in films like Majnu, coordinated by Dasari Narayana Rao, which was generally welcomed. Nagarjuna got positive audits for his depiction of a shattered man. He at that point featured in Sankeertana, a beneath normal grosser coordinated by debutant Geetha Krishna with music by Ilaiyaraaja. The film was acknowledged for its substance and music.

Aakhari Poratam:

In 1988, he featured in the blockbuster Aakhari Poratam, scripted by Yandamuri Veerendranath, and coordinated by K. Raghavendra Rao where he was combined inverse Sridevi and Suhasini.

Janaki Ramudu:

In 1988 he featured in Janaki Ramudu close by Vijayashanti. This movie, coordinated again by K. Raghavendra Rao, was additionally a hit. In 1989, he featured in the Maniratnam-coordinated sentimental dramatization Geetanjali. The film won the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment in 1990. Promptly, he saw another achievement, Shiva. This movie denoted the introduction of executive Ram Gopal Varma. This film is viewed as an innovator in Telugu film, and made Nagarjuna a genius.

In 1990, he thusly made his Bollywood debut with the Hindi revamp of a similar film named Shiva. Indeed, even the Hindi rendition saw tremendous film industry achievement. He at that point featured in Jaitra Yatra, for which he got basic praise. He lined it up with sub charge like Prema Yuddham and Iddaru Iddare. Nirnayam where he acted again with Amala anyway was a hit.

He lined it up with film industry hits like Killer, Neti Siddhartha, and Nirnayam, working with prominent chiefs, for example, Fazil, and Priyadarshan. Nagarjuna was affectionately called “Celluloid Scientist” for his temperament of trying different things with various contents. A portion of his unmistakable hit films discharged along these lines included President Gari Pellam, Varasudu, Gharana Bullodu and Allari Alludu.

In 1994, he featured in his first Hindi-Telugu bilingual Criminal coordinated by Mahesh Bhatt. Around the same time he wandered into parody just because with Hello Brother which was a gigantic hit, and was later changed into Hindi as Judwaa. Huge numbers of his movies were additionally named into Tamil.

In 1996, Nagarjuna featured in and delivered Ninne Pelladata, coordinated by Krishna Vamsi. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu and Filmfare Award for Best Film – Telugu. The following year, Nagarjuna acted in Annamayya, in which he depicted the job of Annamacharya, a fifteenth century Telugu artist and artist. This won him his Filmfare Best Actor Award and his first Nandi Award for Best Actor. He likewise got a National Award for this job. His ensuing discharges were Nuvvu Vastavani, Ninne Premistha and Azad.

He featured in lighthearted comedies, for example, Santosham, Manmadhudu, and Shivamani. He delivered Satyam in 2003, which featured his nephew Sumanth.

In 2004, Nagarjuna had two discharges, Nenunnanu and Mass. The last was delivered by Nagarjuna and coordinated by choreographer Lawrence Raghavendra.

In 2005, Nagarjuna acted in and created Super. In 2006, he featured in Sri Ramadasu, his subsequent period film dependent on the eighteenth century Telugu Saint/writer of the equivalent name. Nagarjuna got the Nandi Award for Best Actor for this film.

In December 2007, he showed up in Don and after a year, he showed up in King close by Trisha Krishnan and Srihari.

In 2010, he had the movies Kedi and Ragada. Gaganam was discharged on 11 February 2011. It’s Tamil rendition was named Payanam.

In 2011 Nagarjuna marked three motion pictures in succession: Rajanna,[14] Damarukam and Shirdi Sai. His next film Greeku Veerudu close by Nayanthara, was a disappointing grosser. His next Bhai was a catastrophe at the case office.

In 2014, Nagarjuna featured in the blockbuster family dramatization, Manam, coordinated by Vikram Kumar. He had a double job in Soggade Chinni Nayana, which ended up being one of his greatest blockbusters. Later he played a disabled person in Vamshi Paidipally’s bilingual film Oopiri, which was a hit.

In 2017, he assumed a reverential job in the film Om Namo Venkatesaya. It gathered normal audits from pundits and ended up being a disaster. He at that point featured in a blood and gore movie named Raju Gari Gadhi 2, which had a normal run at the crate office.

In 2018, he featured in the movie Officer coordinated and delivered by Ram Gopal Varma. It got helpless audits from pundits and proceeded to turn into the greatest fiasco in Nagarjuna’s profession. On 27 September 2018, Devadas, coordinated by Sriram Aditya, highlighting Nagarjuna nearby Nani. This film co featured Rashmika Mandanna and Aakanksha Singh and ended up being a moderate success.

Awards:

National Awards:

YearFilmCategory
1996Ninne PelladthaBest Feature Film in Telugu
1997AnnamayyaSpecial Mention-Actor
National Awards

Nandi Awards:

YearFilmCategory
1996Ninne PelladthaAkkineni Award for best home viewing feature film
1997AnnamayyaBest Actor
1999Prema KathaBest Feature Film – Kansya
2000YuvakuduSpecial Jury Award
2002SantoshamBest Actor
2002ManmadhuduBest Feature Film – Swarna
2006Sri RamadasuBest Actor
2011RajannaBest Feature Film
Special Jury Actor
Nandi Awards

Film Fare Awards South:

YearFilmCategory
1996Ninne PelladthaBest Film
1997AnnamayyaBest Actor
2014ManamBest Film
Film Fare Awards South

Other Awards:

YearFilmAwardsCategory
1986VikramVamsee Berkeley Best Actor
1989GeetanjaliAP CinegoersBest Actor
1989GeetanjaliBharatamuni
1989SivaVamsee BerkleyBest Actor
1989SivaCinema Express
1996Ninne PelladutaAkruthi FilmBest Actor
1997AnnamayyaScreen VideoconBest Actor
1997AnnamayyaBharatamuniBest Actor
2000AzadAndhra Pradesh Film Jounalists AssociationBest Actor
2005MassCineMaaBest Actor
2012RajannaSouth Indian International MovieSpecial Apperciation
2012RajannaCineMaaBest Actor
2013Shirdi SaiCineMaaBest Actor
Other Awards

Nagarjuna On Social Media as:

Nagarjuna is on Facebook as Akkineni Nagarjuna.

Source: Wikipedia.

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