|Occupation||Actor, TV Anchor|
Babloo Prithiveeraj (born 29 November 1965) is an Indian actor, who has appeared in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada language films. He has also featured extensively on Tamil television serials throughout the 1990s and 2000s.
Prithveeraj made his acting debut as a child artiste and featured in films including Naan Vazhavaippen (1979), under the stage name of Babloo. He made a comeback as an actor in the 1980s by acting in some low budget Malayalam movies before starring in Vaaname Ellai directed by K.Balachander. He then started acting in negative roles in movies like Aval Varuvaala before entering tele serials. In the 2000s, he played crucial roles in the serials Ramani vs. Ramani and the supernatural thriller Marma Desam, both directed by Naga. These serials gained him a breakthrough, while he also hosted the show Savaal in Jaya TV. He then appeared as transgender goon Ganga in Raadhika’s serial Arasi, before continuing to act further in the serials Raja Rajeshwari and Vani Rani.
As film offers became less frequent, Prithveeraj spent a year competing as a part of the dance reality show, Jodi Number One during its second season. During the show, he was involved in an on-air altercation with actor and show judge Silambarasan. Since 2010, he has predominantly concentrated on television roles and has featured as a lead character in the soap, Vani Rani. In 2014, he set up a bubble tea shop, Cha Republic, in Besant Nagar, Chennai after being inspired to set up a store following a visit to Malaysia.
Prithveeraj is married to Beena, and they have a son named Ahed Mohan Jabbar.
|1971||Naangu Suvargal||Tamil||Child artist|
|1974||Amma Manasu||Telugu||Child artist|
|1975||Dr. Siva||Tamil||Child artist|
|1975||Naalai Namadhe||Tamil||Child artist|
|1976||Bharatha Vilas||Tamil||Child artist|
|1979||Naan Vazhavaippen||Tamil||Child artist|
|1985||Naan Sigappu Manithan||Tamil|
|1987||Oru Thayin Sabhatham||Madhu||Tamil|
|1989||Paandi Nattu Thangam||Ravi||Tamil|
|1990||Sandhana Kaatru||Tamil||Special appearance|
|1990||Manaivi Oru Manickam||Tamil|
|1993||Naan Pesa Ninaipathellam||Tamil||Guest appearance|
|1994||Thaai Manasu||Periya Marudhu||Tamil|
|1997||Pelli||Prithvi||Telugu||Nandi Award for Best Villain|
|1998||Deergha Sumangali Bhava||Prakash||Telugu|
|2000||Kante Koothurne Kanu||Telugu|
|2001||Naa Manasista Raa||Telugu|
|2001||Nuvvu Naaku Nachav||Mohan||Telugu|
|2002||Chennakesava Reddy||Chennakesava Reddy's brother-in-law||Telugu|
|2003||Annai Kaligambal / Shri Kalikamba||Tamil / Kannada|
|2005||Gowtam SSC||Kondal Rao||Telugu|
|2011||Payanam / Gaganam||Chandrakanth||Tamil / Telugu|
|2015||Lailaa O Lailaa||Kuppuswamy||Malayalam|
|2017||Patel S. I. R.||Monti||Telugu|
|2019||N.T.R: Mahanayakudu||Jaipal Reddy||Telugu|
|2019||Marshal||G. M. Ravindar Reddy||Telugu|
|1998–1999||Ramani vs Ramani||Ramani|
|2008–2009||Gokulathil Seethai||Gokul||Kalaignar TV|
|2013–2018||Vani Rani||Swaminathan||Sun TV|
|2020–Present||Kannana Kanne||Gautam Krishnan|
|2021||Anbe Vaa||Gautam Krishnan|
|2021–Present||Intinti Gruhalakshmi||Rohit||Telugu||Star Maa|
|2008–2009||Jodi Number One (Season 2)||Contestant||Tamil||Vijay TV|
|2020||Vanakkam Tamizha||Himself||Sun TV|
|2021||Vada da||Himself||Tamil||Sun Music|
|Poova Thalaya||Contestant||Sun TV|
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