Dr. M. Mohan Babu is considered to be an institution himself. His career as an actor and producer is most happening in the annals of Indian film industry. To his credit, Dr. Mohan Babu had acted in 508 movies and produced 47 movies. In recognition of his yeomen service to the filed of Art, the Government of India conferred the coveted honor of “Padma Shri” on him recently. He established Sree Vidyanikethan Educational Institutions at Tirupati, which offer academic learning from school education to highly advanced courses in engineering, technology, pharmacy and nursing with a students strength of more than 10,000. He was the MP (Rajya Sabha) during 1995-2001. A humanist, Dr. Mohan Babu offers 25% free education at his educational institutions to the poorest of poor, irrespective of caste, creed and religion. He recently launched a massive awareness campaign to promote the issues of clean water, sanitation and AIDS.
Vishnu, son of Dr. Mohan Babu, made his debut as a film hero with “Vishnu” (2003) on Sree Lakshmi Prasanna Pictures (SLPP). His entry marked a new beginning in the area of martial arts in Telugu films. Vishnu took his B.Tech from the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University. He pursued courses in film acting and direction in Los Angeles and got trained in martial arts with Hollywood experts. He established himself as one of the talented young heroes in Telugu film industry. Vishnu is the CEO of Sree Vidyanikethan Educat-ional Trust (SVET). He is also the CEO of “ThinkSmart”, a leading special effects studio in Hyderabad.
Is the founder of Red Baron Films an international production house dedicated to socially relevant, timely content with a focus on feature films. His next production, Basmati Blues, will be shooting this Fall in India. As a Producer Baron draws upon his extensive experience in creative development.
Baron has written for every major studio on projects that include See Spot Run for Warner Brothers, Everyone Hates the Phone Company for HBO, writer and producer of Queen of the NFL (Bird Cage sequel) for MGM and many others.
Danny directed two short films: Assault on Empire State Mountain, a mockumentary which won awards at NYU, Aspen, Mill Valley, Berlin, and Rome, and a comedy western called Hang 'Em Really High, Real Soon which won awards in the US, Europe, and Japan. The western screened at an awards show in Los Angeles which led to a writing deal with Paramount launching his screenwriting career. In 2002 Danny launched Red Baron Films.