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Rao Gopal Rao Biography

Rao Gopal Rao Biography

Rao Gopal Rao (born Raavu Gopala Rao) (14 January 1937 – 13 August 1994) was an Indian film actor and producer, known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema. He was a member of Rajya Sabha from April 1986 to April 1992.
Early life
Rao Gopal Rao was born in 1937 in Ganganapalli near Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India.
He started his career onstage, with his own company, Associated Amateur Drama Company and did many plays under the banner. S. V. Ranga Rao saw his plays and recommended him to Gutta Ramineedu, who was making Bhakta Potana (1966). He worked as an assistant director for this film. He served as an assistant director in other films, including Bangaru Sankellu and Mooga Prema. Rao was the main villain in the film Jagat Kiladilu (1969), which starred Krishna. Rao became better known after the release of Muthyala Muggu, directed by Bapu. Rao produced several films, including Station Master, Lorry Driver, Bhargva Ramudu, and Vintadongalu. He was appointed to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council in 1984-85 and Indian Parliament by N. T. Rama Rao, the then chief minister of Andhra Pradesh. He was a member of Rajya Sabha from 3 April 1986 until 2 April 1992.
Rao was presented with 'Kala Prapoorna' in 1990 by Andhra University and the cultural organizations gave him the title Natavirat. He won the "Nagayya Award" in 1987.
He died on 13 August 1994, aged 57. The film Prema & Co was released after his death. 

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