Name Ahuti Prasad
Years active 1986 -2015
Role Character actor
|Full Name Adusumilli Janardhan Vara Prasad|
Born 2 January 1958 (1958-01-02) Koduru, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India
Children Bharani Prasad Karthik Prasad
Parent(s) Adusumilli Ranga Rao Hymavathi
Died January 4, 2015, Hyderabad
Spouse Vijaya Nirmala (m. ?–2015)
Movies Aahuthi, Chandamama, Kotha Bangaru Lokam, Darling, Rowdy Fellow
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Ahuti Prasad (2 January 1958 – 4 January 2015) was an Indian character actor in the Telugu film industry.
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- Early life and family
- Other works
- Assistant director
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Early life and family
Ahuti Prasad was born as Adusumilli Janardhan Vara Prasad to A. Ranga Rao and Hymavathi. Originally from Koduru of Krishna district near Mudinepally, his family migrated to Raichur in Karnataka when he was a child. He became interested in acting during his college days and sought a career as an actor. After completing his education, he moved to Hyderabad and joined the Film Institute of veteran director V. Madhusudhan Rao. Devadas Kanakala was the principal of the institute during this time. Ramjagan and the late Achyuth were his classmates there.
Prasad's career started with the film Vikram directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao which was Nagarjuna's debut film. Prasad also worked as an assistant director for V. Madhusudana Rao for the film Malle Moggalu. Producer Shyam Prasad saw him on the sets of the film Ee Prashnaku Baduledi? where he was working and offered him a role in his film Ahuti. Because of the big break the film gave him, he came to be known popularly as Ahuti Prasad.
In 2003, he won the Nandi Award for Best Villain for the film Nenu Ninnu Premistunnanu. In 2008 he won a Nandi Award for Best Character Actor for the film Chandamama.
Ahuti Prasad served as the general secretary of Movie Artistes Association (MAA).
He died 4 January 2015 while undergoing treatment for cancer at KIMS hospital.
- Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu (2006)
- Nimirndhu Nil (2014)
- Malle Moggalu (1986)