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Mohan Babu (born Manchu Bhakthavatsalam Naidu (March 19th 1950)) is an Indian film actor, director, and producer, known for his works predominantly in Telugu Cinema. An alumnus of the Madras Film Institute, Mohan Babu has acted in more than five hundred feature films in lead, supporting and a variety of roles. In 1995, He has received Filmfare Best Actor Award for his work in the multi-starrer Pedarayudu, which also starred Rajinikanth in a pivotal role. In 2007, He has received the CineMAA Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work in Yamadonga. Mohan Babu was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley for his contribution to the field of cinema and education. He is the co-owner of production companies such as Sree Lakshmi Prasanna Pictures, 24 Frames Factory and Manchu Entertainment. In 2016, He has garnered the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award – South. In 2017, He has received the "Special Appreciation Award" for completing "forty years in cinema" at the 6th South Indian International Movie Awards.

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