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Venkatesh Daggubati – Career, Early life, Commercial success, Endorsements & Movies

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Venkatesh Daggubati: Daggubati Venkatesh (born December 13, 1960) is an Indian actor who is best known for his Telugu films. Venkatesh made his acting debut in 1986 with the film Kaliyuga Pandavulu, for which he earned his first Nandi Award. He starred in several successful films over the course of his 30-year career, including Bobbili Raja, Chanti, Intlo Illalu Vantintlo Priyuralu, Preminchukundam Raa, Suryavamsam, Premante Idera, Raja, Kalisundam Raa, Jayam Manadera, Sankranti, Lakshmi, Adavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule, Namo

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Venkatesh Daggubati – Career, Early life, Commercial success, Endorsements & Movies

Venkatesh Daggubati

Venkatesh was nominated for five Nandi Awards for Best Actor for his roles in Swarna Kamalam, Prema, Dharma Chakram, Ganesh, Kalisundam Raa, and Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule, as well as six Filmfare Awards South in different categories.

He co-owns Suresh Productions with his brother D. Suresh Babu, one of India’s largest film production companies, for which he has worked in many films. He is also the coach of the Telugu Warriors, who play in the Celebrity Cricket League for Telugu cinema (Tollywood).

Venkatesh Daggubati Movies

Year Film Award Category Result
1986 Kaliyuga Pandavulu Nandi Awards Best Male Debut (Special Jury Award) Won
1986 Kaliyuga Pandavulu Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1988 Brahma Puthrudu Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Won
1988 Swarna Kamalam Nandi Award Nandi Special Jury Award Won
1989 Prema Nandi Award Best Actor Won
1989 Prema Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1990 Bobbili Raja Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1991 Kshana Kshanam Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1992 Chanti Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1993 Abbaigaru Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1994 Muddula Priyudu Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1995 Dharma Chakram Nandi Award Best Actor Won
1996 Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Won
1996 Sahasa Veerudu Sagara Kanya Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1997 Preminchukundam Raa Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
1998 Ganesh Nandi Award Best Actor Won
Filmfare Award Best Actor – Telugu Won  
1999 Raja Filmfare Award Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
2000 Kalisundam Raa Nandi Award Best Actor Won  
2000 Filmfare Awards South Special Jury Won  
2000 Jayam Manade Raa Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Won
2005 Sankranthi Filmfare Awards South Best Actor Nominated
Santosham Film Awards Best Actor – Telugu Won
2007 Adavari Matalaku Ardhale Verule Nandi Award Best Actor Won
Santosham Film Awards Best Actor Won
Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
2014 Masala Filmfare Awards South Best Supporting Actor – Telugu Nominated
2015 Drushyam Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
2015 TSR – TV9 National Film Awards Best Actor (Jury) Won
2015 4th South Indian International Movie Awards Best Actor Nominated
2016 Gopala Gopala TSR – TV9 National Film Awards Best Actor Won
2017 Guru Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Telugu Nominated
2017 Filmfare Awards South Best Actor – Critics Won

Venkatesh Daggubati Personal life

Venkatesh and Neeraja married in 1985 and have four children: three daughters and one son. His eldest daughter Aashritha married Vinayak Reddy, the grandson of Hyderabad Race Club chairman R. Surender Reddy. Venkatesh’s sister Lakshmi married actor Nagarjuna and has a son named Naga Chaitanya with him.

Early life of Venkatesh Daggubati

Venkatesh was born on December 13, 1960, in Karamchedu village, Prakasam district, Andhra Pradesh, India, to film producer and former Member of Parliament D. Ramanaidu and Rajeshwari. Suresh Babu, his older brother, owns Suresh Productions, and Lakshmi, his younger sister.

Venkatesh attended Don Bosco School in Egmore, Chennai, and graduated from Loyola College in Chennai with a bachelor’s degree in commerce. He received his MBA from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California, in the United States. [nine] After returning to India, he intended to pursue a career in film production, but instead chose to pursue a career as a Telugu actor.

Career of Venkatesh Daggubati

Venkatesh Daggubati

Debut and early career, 1986–1989

Venkatesh made his acting debut in the 1971 film Prema Nagar as a child actor. His first film as a full-fledged lead was the K. Raghavendra Rao-directed Kaliyuga Pandavulu (1986), in which he co-starred with Khushbu Sundar. He received a Nandi Special Jury Award for the film. [two]

Venkatesh made his acting debut in the 1988 film Swarnakamalam, directed by K. Viswanath. The film received many awards, including the Nandi Award for Best Feature Film and the Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Film, at the 1988 International Film Festival of India, Asia-Pacific Film Festival, and Ann Arbor Film Festival. He also received his first Nandi Award for Best Actor for the film. (#14) He appeared in the musical romance film Prema the following year (1989).

1990–2012: Commercial success

He played a young man in the 1990 film Bobbili Raja who tries to right a wrong done to his mother. The box office success of the film proved to be a watershed moment in his career. A year later, he co-starred with Sridevi in Ram Gopal Varma’s road movie Kshana Kshanam. Venkatesh played a small-time thief in the film, which is regarded as one of Telugu cinema’s best thrillers. His performance as an innocent villager in Chanti (1992) is also noteworthy. Venkatesh made his Hindi film debut in 1993 with Anari, a remake of his film Chanti. He later appeared in Taqdeerwala (1995).

In 1996, he received both the Nandi Award and the Filmfare Award South for his performance as an upright lawyer in Dharma Chakram.

Commercial success

Later that year, he starred as a husband torn between two wives in the comedy drama Intlo Illalu Vantintlo Priyuralu, directed by E. V. V. Satyanarayana, which was also a hit. He portrayed an individual battling against the ills of the Indian public healthcare system in Ganesh (1998). Venkatesh made his acting debut in the romantic action film Preminchukundam Raa the following year. The film was a huge commercial success, and it was one of the first depictions of factionalism in the Rayalaseema region. [20] a His role as a small-time thief who is reformed by his love in the 1999 drama film Raja was also well received by the audience. Following this, he established himself as one of Telugu cinema’s top actors.

Venkatesh appeared in the critically acclaimed and financially successful romantic comedy film Nuvvu Naaku Nachav in 2003. Malliswari (2004), his second collaboration with director K. Vijaya Bhaskar after Nuvvu Naaku Nachav, continued his success. He appeared in two films in 2007, Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule and Tulasi, which both grossed over 30 crore at the box office. Venkatesh appeared in many films over the next several years, including Chintakayala Ravi (2008), Namo Venkatesa (2010), and Bodyguard (2011). (2012).

Seethamma Vakitlo and multi-starrers, 2013–present

Venkatesh and Mahesh Babu co-starred in the critically acclaimed drama film Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu in 2013. Venkatesh went on to star in other multi-starrer films such as Masala (2013), Gopala Gopala (2015), and F2: Fun and Frustration after this film, which is considered to be the first Telugu multi-starrer film in recent decades (2019). [page 28] F2 was one of the highest-grossing Telugu films of that year, grossing over 127 crores.

The critical response to Venkatesh’s success in Drushyam (2014) was overwhelmingly positive. One of his best performances was in the Sudha Kongara-directed sports drama Guru (2017), in which he played a strict boxing instructor.

Later that year, he starred opposite his nephew Naga Chaitanya in Venky Mama. The movie was a financial success, grossing more than 72 crores worldwide. In the same year, he dubbed for the Genie in Alladin in Telugu. He’ll next be seen in the film Naarappa, which is currently in the works.

Venkatesh Daggubati Endorsements

He became the brand ambassador for Andhra Pradesh for Manappuram General Finance and Leasing Ltd on April 24, 2010.
As a brand ambassador for Ramraj Cotton Company, he opened a branch in Ameerpet.

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