Shoban Babu (Telugu: శోభన్ బాబు)(January 14, 1937 – March 20, 2008), professionally and popularly known as Shoban Babu, was a Tollywood film actor. Born as Uppu Sobana Chalapathi Rao to a middle-class family, Sobhan went on to become a romantic icon and was the top Tollywood hero for two decades. He made his film debut with Daivabalam directed by Vasanthkumar Reddy, but his first film to hit the screens was Bhakta Sabari. Shobhan\'s Manushulu Maarali ran for 25 weeks, a record-breaking achievement in those days. He received the Filmfare Award four times, the Nandi Award five times and the AP Cine Goers Award eight times.
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