Tirupathi Prakash

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Timmapuram Karanam Ravi Prakash Rao, popularly known as Tirupathi Prakash, is an Indian actor in Telugu cinema. [1]


Tirupathi Prakash started his career in the television and film industry as comedy artist and supporting artist. He has acted in more than five tele serials including Sangharshana for ETV Telugu, Viyyankulu for ETV, Mr. Romeo for Zee Telugu and Sambarala Rambabu for Maa TV.

He has acted in more than 180 Telugu movies.[ citation needed ]



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  1. "Profile of Tirupati Prakash". maastars.com. Movie Artists Association. Archived from the original on 22 October 2016. Retrieved 4 September 2016.