Raja Babu, a Tollywood actor, died on Sunday (October 24). He was 64 years old at the time. This is another sadness in Tollywood that has occurred with the death of actor Raja Babu. For a long time, the senior actor had been suffering from age-related diseases. Although on June 13, 1957, he was born. Since he was a child, he has had a strong desire to act. Raja Babu was a stage artist who enchanted the Telugu public before obtaining roles in films. He traveled all around the country as a child and played a variety of roles. With the 1981 film ‘Ooruki Monagadu,’ starring Krishna and Jaya Prada, he made his film debut.
‘Sindhooram,’ ‘Samudram,’ ‘Malli Raava,’ ‘Brahmotsavam,’ ‘Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule,’ ‘Murari,’ ‘Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu,’ ‘Sreekaram,’ ‘Kalyana Vaibhogame,’ ‘Brahmotsavam He has a long and illustrious career, having appeared in over 64 films over the total four decades. He appeared in several television series in addition to movies. ‘Vasantha Kokila’, ‘Manasu Mamata’, ‘Bangaru Kodalu’, ‘Abhishekam’, ‘Bangaru Panjaram’, ‘Radha Madhu’, ‘Na Kodalu Bangaram’, and ‘Chi La Sow Sravanti’ were among his television serials. His performance in these tv series had received tremendous acclaim.
In 2005, Raja Babu received the Nandi Awards for Best Supporting Role from the state legislature for his work in the serial “Amma. Raja Babu is a hilarious man in real life, despite his solemn appearance on TV. Everyone has been startled and stunned by the revelation of Raja Babu’s untimely death, and celebs have conveyed their sorrow and sympathies to his family.