L. B. Sriram

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L. B. Sriram
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Sriram in 2021
Born
Lanka Bhadradri Sri Ramachandra Moorthy

(1952-05-30) 30 May 1952 (age 68)
Occupation
Awards5 Nandi Awards
Website lbsriram.com

Lanka Bhadradri Sri Ramachandra Moorthy (born 30 May 1952), better known as L. B. Sriram, is an Indian actor, comedian, writer, playwright, producer, and thespian known for his works in Telugu cinema and Telugu theatre. [1] [2] He made his silver screen debut with Kokila (1990) as a dialogue writer. [3] [4] [5] [6]

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He owns the production house Life is Beautiful Creations. [7] He subsequently went on to star in nearly 500 films in a variety of roles in works such as Chala Bagundi (2000), Ammo! Okato Tareekhu (2000), Azad (2000), Hanuman Junction (2001), Itlu Sravani Subramanyam , (2001), Aadi (2002), Dil (2003), Chatrapathi (2005), Evadi Gola Vaadidhi (2005), Stalin (2006), Seema Sastri (2007), Gamyam (2008), Sontha Ooru (2009), Yevadu (2014), Legend (2014) and Sarainodu (2016). [3] [4] Regarded as one of the finest method actors in Telugu cinema, Sriram has won five state Nandi Awards. [8] [9] He plays Anjineyulu in web series Amrutham Dhvitheeyam , a sequel to Amrutham.

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1991 April 1st Vidudala
1995Dear Brother
1998 Daddy Daddy
1999Arundhathi
2000 Goppinti Alludu
Vamsi
Jayam Manadera
Ammo! Okato Tareekhu
Sardukupodaam Randi
Chala Bagundi Seetha's father
Ninne Premistha
Azad
Tirumala Tirupati Venkatesa
2001 Mrugaraju
Eduruleni Manishi
Cheppalani Vundhi
Adhipathi
Ide Naa Modati Premalekha
Ammaye Navvithe
Chinna
Anmayi Kosam
Maa Aavida Meeda Ottu Mee Aavida Chala Manchidi
Budget Padmanabham Vaastu Totti Subrahmanyam
Itlu Sravani Subramanyam
Tholi Valapu
Hanuman Junction
2002 Allari Ramudu
Aadi College Principal
Premaku Swagatam
Friends
Santosham
Tappu Chesi Pappi Koodu
Bobby
Hai
Girl Friend
Avunu Valliddaru Ista Paddaru!
Chennakesava Reddy Hippi Lahari
Yuvarathna
Siva Rama Raju Srisailam
Thotti gang Alexander
2003 Naaga
Fools
Uthsaham
Dil Ramanatham
Ottesi Cheputhunna
Missamma
Appudappudu
Vasantham
Charminar
Oka Radha Iddaru Krishnula Pelli
Janaki Weds Sriram
Neeke Manasichchanu
Taarak
2004 Lakshmi Narasimha
Abhi
Koduku
Sri Anjaneyam
Valliddaru Okkate
Shiva Shankar
Gudumba Shankar
Mr & Mrs Sailaja Krishnamurthy
Cheppave Chirugali
2005 Modati Cinema
Evadi Gola Vaadidhi Chain smoker Gangadhar
Chhatrapati
Orey Pandu
Dhairyam
Radha Gopalam
Sravanamasam
Prayatnam
Bunny
Subash Chandra Bose
Nuvvante Naakishtam
OkkadeSubba Rao
Veeri Veeri Gummadi Pandu
Good Boy
Moguds Pellams
Mahanandi
2006Vijay IPS
Nee Navvu Chalu
Lakshmi
Happy
Bangaram
Hanumanthu
Amma Cheppindi
Photo
Maa Iddari Madhya
Stalin
Bhagyalakshmi Bumper Draw
Annavaram
2007 Madhumasam
Athili Sattibabu LKG
Veduka
Yamagola Malli Modalayindi
Bhajantrilu
Viyyalavari Kayyalu
Seema Sastry
2008 Maisamma IPS
Sundarakanda
Nee Sukhame Be Koruthunna
Idi Sangathi
Gamyam
Nagaram
Bhadradri
Tinnama Padukunnama, Tellarinda
Ullasamga Utsahamga Subbayya
Siddu from Sikakulam Village priest
Pandurangadu Narada
Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters
Baladur
Kausalya Supraja Rama
Blade Babji Edukondalu
Kuberulu
2009 Adhineta
Bangaru Babu
Bendu Apparao R.M.P Samaram (chicken) feeder
Sontha Ooru Rudrudu
Kick
2010Taj Mahal
Shambo Shiva Shambo
Simha
Betting Bangaraju
Alasyam Amrutham
Kathi Kantha Rao Marriage Broker
2011 Seema Tapakai Aravind Swamy ( Millionaire Mitra)
2012 Racha
Daruvu Narada Muni
Denikaina Ready
Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum Matti Raju
2013 Mr. Pellikoduku
Jagadguru Adi Shankara
Gouravam Tamil/Telugu
Bunny n Cherry
2014 Legend
Yevadu Shashank's father
Jilla astrologerTamil
2015Ori Devudoy
2016 Sarrainodu raped victim's father
Manamantha Astrologer
Soggade Chinni Nayana temple priest
2018 Naa Nuvve
Sharabha
2019Vajra Kavachadhara GovindaGovind
Voter Bhiksaraju

Web series

YearTitleRolePlatformNotes
2019 Gods of Dharmapuri (G.O.D) DN Reddy ZEE5 [10] [11]
2020 Amrutham Dhvitheeyam Amudala Anjaneyulu aka Anji ZEE5 [12] [13]

As writer

YearFilm NameLanguageNotes
1990 Kokila TeluguDialogues
1991 April 1st Vidudala TeluguDialogues
1991 Appula Appa Rao TeluguDialogues
1992 Aa Okkati Adakku TeluguDialogues
1993 Varasudu TeluguDialogues
1993 Rajeshwari Kalyanam TeluguDialogues
1994 Hello Brother TeluguDialogues
1997 Hitler TeluguDialogues
1997 Omkaram TeluguDialogues
1999 Ramasakkanodu TeluguDialogues
2009 Sontha Ooru TeluguDialogues

Awards

YearAwardsTitleNotes
1999 Nandi Award for Best Dialogue Writer Ramasakkanodu
2000 Nandi Award for Best Male Comedian Chaala Bagundhi
2009Nandi Award for Best Dialogue Writer Sontha Ooru
2009 Nandi Award for Best Character Actor Sontha Ooru
2016 Nandi Award for Best Short film producer & DirectorDolu-Sannai

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