The death anniversary of Dharmavarpu Subramaniam, a well-known south Indian film actor, is today. Even though he is no longer with us, his memory lives on in the hearts of his followers. Dharmavarapu was an Indian cinema, television, and film director who also performed as a comedian. This brilliant actor had a long and illustrious acting career. He was a well-known actor in Telugu cinema, and he played a number of noteworthy characters from the start of his career. He was equally well-known on the little screen as he was on the big screen.
He went on to star in over 100 films, including "Chhaya," "Bodyguard," "Chirutha," "Businessman," "Khija," "Darling," "Raja," "Nuvostana Nenodentana," "Athadu," and "Okadu." He also directed the Telugu film "Thokaleni Pitta," which starred Naresh. In the telugu film Jhuka Jayamu Nishchaimmu Rai, he made his acting debut in 1990. He became well-known in Andhra Pradesh for his comedic timing and remarks. He never managed to amaze his supporters over his 23-year career.
In order to act on the big screen, he also appeared in a few TV episodes. He also hosted the political satire show 'Ding Dong,' which aired on Sakshi TV. Dharmavatampu Subramaniam died at Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad, Telangana, India, on December 7, 2013. At the age of 53, he died of a liver ailment and cancer.