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Mohan Babu Enacts His Own Real-life Personality 

Mohan Babu enacts his own real-life personality 

Mohan Babu is one of the most disciplined veteran celebrities of the Telugu Film Industry. He is level-headed, passionately dedicated to his profession, and he also isn't afraid of entangling in controversies now and then. Actor Mohan Babu will be enacting this real-life character of himself as his persona in the movie "Aakashame Nee Haddu Raa".  

He will be performing the role of Air Commodore Bhakthavatsalam Naidu that also happens to be his own name. In this movie, Mohan Babu's character is loaded with discipline, sternness, and is a rule-follower who believes these things are essential to become a successful and ethical person.   

Apart from this, Surya, who has played the lead role in this film is getting an outstanding response from critics and his fans for his impeccable performance. Both the characters of Surya and Mohan Babu are something worth watching and relishing every minute of it.  

"Aakashame Nee Haddu Raa" is directed by Sudha K Prasad and bankrolled by a collaboration of Suriya and Guneet Monga under the production banner of 2D Entertainment. This movie has been directly released into the OTT platform Amazon Prime Video.  

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