Maa Pasalapudi Kathalu is a compilation of stories based on true life events and personalities directed by Sanku and eye opening art by famous artist Bapu. This series is a precious presentation of Vamsi famed for nostalgic direction in the film industry of Telugu and South Indian languages. Vamsi was born in a village and with inspiration of the nature and beauty of people, he makes an effort to screen all his memories and experiences in a series to share with all South Indians, who love their village or those who wants to memorize their long lost sweet memories associated with greenery and nativity. These stories are about people in and around Godavari District.
In the series of episodes Vamsi was successfully able to screen several components into 108 episodes (Season 1) individually naming each story with awesome art by Bapu.The speciality in these series is one get to know or remember about the simple and day to day happenings in a typical village ambience. These stories tell us about women; some are strong to support their family, some are enervated by selfish society, some are witty and solipsistic. These stories introduces us to the real world incidents that can happen in any one's life. These stories not only express the human values but also indicates authentic leadership to judge for virtue of any village. Renowned writer and actor Thanikella Bharani gives a good introduction to first episode and thus every story hinges the viewers to keep tuned through the episodes.
The short stories or components that come in the 108 episodes of Maa Pasalapudi Kathalu are as follows: Nallamilli Pedabamireddy Gari Teerpu, Hotel Raju, Korika, Guthi Nageswarrao Bhale, Adrushtavantudu, Gollapalem Guruvugaru, Dudla Bullayya, Mary Kamala, Preminchindi Endukante, Rama Bhadram Chala Manchodu, Darunam Kada, Asalu Katha, Kumari Maa Oorochindi, Thalli Godari, Satyabhama Evaranukuntunnaru, Chanti Nannagari Kallu Manakela Vastayi, Deepala Vela Dataaka Vellipoyindi, Pichi Veerraju, Malabar Cofee Hotel, Talukula Ramana, Bhadrachalam Yatra ...vallakka Katha, Donga Seenu, Adandarikante Goppodu, Lankalapalli Krishnaveni.