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Narra Venkateswara Rao

Narra Venkateswara Rao (Telugu: నర్రా వెంకటేశ్వరరావు) was a popular Telugu actor, mainly noted for his villainous and character roles. [1][2] He hails from Agraharam village in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh, India.


He acted in over 500 films spanning last 3 decades. Some of the hit films include Yuvatharam Kadilindi, Neti Bharatam, Karthavyam, Ose Ramulamma. His last film was Mestri.


He died on December 27, 2009 due to Cancer at the age of 62 years. He acted in about 500 film.[3]


  1. Chaduvu Samskaram (1974)
  2. Yuvatharam Kadilindi (1980)
  3. Chattamtho Poratam (1985) .... Inspector
  4. Pratighatana (1986)
  5. Repati Pourulu (1986)
  6. Karthavyam' (1991) .... Defence Lawyer
  7. Peddarikam (1992)
  8. Osey Ramulamma (1997) .... Ramaswamy
  9. Tholi Prema (1998)
  10. Adavi Chukka (2000) .... Venkayya
  11. Kante Koothurne Kanu (2000)
  12. Chinna (2001)
  13. Indra (2002) .... Superintendent of Police
  14. Varsham (2004) .... Home Minister
  15. Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2005) .... Muddu Krishnaiyya
  16. Veerabhadra (2006)
  17. Operation Duryodhana (2007)
  18. Aatadista (2008)
  19. Erra Mandaaram ()
  20. Manchi Roju ()
  21. Bharathanari ()
  22. GG KB ()


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