Popular actor Chiranjeevi has made his home state, Andhra Pradesh, proud by receiving the prestigious Padma Vibhushan award. Born on August 22, 1955, as Konidela Sivasankara Varaprasad, Chiranjeevi is not only a successful actor but also a producer and politician who has significantly contributed to the growth of the cinema industry.
Chiranjeevi’s influence goes beyond the silver screen; he has been actively involved in philanthropy through the Chiranjeevi Charitable Trust, especially in the area of blood donation, benefiting thousands of people.
Starting his acting journey in 1978, Chiranjeevi quickly became a star, capturing the hearts of audiences with his charismatic performances. His first film, “Pranam Khareedu,” marked his debut, and since then, he has been affectionately known as the “Mega Star” by his fans. His notable role in the 1987 film “Swayamkrushi” earned him his first Nandi award.
The Padma Vibhushan award is a testament to Chiranjeevi’s enduring impact and significant contributions to the film industry. His decades-long journey reflects not just cinematic brilliance but also a commitment to societal welfare through his charitable initiatives.
Fans and well-wishers are joyously celebrating this achievement, as Chiranjeevi adds another feather to his cap, solidifying his status as both a cinematic icon and a philanthropic leader.