Happy Birthday Mahesh Babu – The most loved actor in entire India

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Mahesh Babu is among the actors who was awarded on big stage with Nandi Award for Best Male Debut in his first film Raja Kumarudu itself. From that day, he had never seen back and gave industry one after another blockbuster. Not just being a ordinary superstar, Mahesh Babu has a charm which leads bollywood copy him. Many bollywood actors including superstar Salman Khan had taken help of Mahesh Babu films’ to boost his career. Fans even claim that many scenes in hollywood films were adopted from Mahesh’s movie at a later stage.

This is 41st birthday of superstar Mahesh Babu, he was born on August 9, 1975

From Okkadu in 2003, his journey with filmfare awards started. Initially he received a major downtrend in his entire career after release of Nijam but after 2006 film Pokiri, his magic continues on the box office. As a result, he remains the only actor winning the title of ‘Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu’ for 5 times in less than 15 years.

Mahesh Babu is also popular among the masses of northern India. If we survey in a metropolitan city, the most known South Indian actor after Rajinikanth would always be Mahesh Babu. His last film Srimanthudu was a big hit in India and overseas. The movie broken many records on the box office.

List of Mahesh Babu Child Artist Films

11979NeedaCameoDebut film as child artist
21983PoratamBujjiChild artist
31987ShankharavamRajaChild artist
41988Bazaar RowdyMaheshChild artist
51988Mugguru KodukuluSurendhraChild artist
61989Gudachari 117ChinnaChild artist
71989Koduku Diddina KapuramVinod & Pramod (Dual role)Child artist
81990Bala ChandruduBalachandraChild artist
91990Anna ThammuduMuraliChild artist – Billed as Omega Star Mahesh Babu

Born on August 9, 1975, Mahesh Babu was very specific about his career from very beginning. In 1979 he performed a cameo in ‘Needa’ being less than 4 years old. From then he keeps on getting different contracts and reached the level heights.


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