As a screenwriter for some of the best blockbusters in the Telugu industry, Abburi Ravi is well-known for his wonderful stories. His way of words, which shaped up the movie ‘ Bommarillu’, won a Nandi Award for Best Dialogue Writer.

His full name is Abburi Ravi Sesha Ramakrishna. He grew up in Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh, and completed his entire education period in the town of Bhimavaram. He is a holder of a graduate degree for a Bachelor of Science with Botany, Physics, and Chemistry.

Ravi, and the well-noted director, Trivikram, graduated from the D. N. R. College in Bhimavaram. Most of his movies have a perfect storyline to them that attracts all kinds of audience and lingers in the industry well out of their time.

Mr. Perfect, starring Prabhas, Kajal Agarwal, and Tapsee, was a story about a young guy who learns the way of life. The characters had a fantastic storyline, and the movie had a fair-enough comedy with Brahmanandam and a few other comedians.

Coming to comedy, Abburi Ravi’s best comedy film till date is ‘ Kick’, starring Ravi Teja and Ileana. Known around the industry for his comedy, Ravi Teja was a perfect fit for the movie that is about a young man looking for out of the box ways of doing things. Abburi Ravi’s movies have a way of circulating the story-line and bringing about messages for the entire audience, irrespective of their age. Most of his movies are message-oriented and family entertainers.

Subba Reddy Telugu Actor

Subba Reddy

C. H. Subba Reddy is a Telugu Film Director who gained fame for his debutant directorial film ‘Rough (2014)’. Born on 1st January 1970, Subba Reddy was brought up in the Nagulavaram Village of Guntur District in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Reddy was a dedicated cinema lover from his school days. In an interview, he unabashedly confessed that he had bunked several classes from school so that he could satisfy his hunger for movies. Young Subba had decided and fixed his life’s ambition to get into filmmaking. Reddy did his graduation from Guntur district and was eager to take a dive into the fascinating world of cinema. But his family wasn’t very pleased with his decision to roam in such a field of work. He then took a Master’s degree in order please his parents. Witnessing young Subba’s dedication and loyalty towards his love for cinema, he was allowed to pursue his dream. After doing his Master’s from Nanded, Subba Reddy moved to Hyderabad to live the Tollywood dream. It wasn’t an easy ride for Subba Reddy as he worked as an assistant director for eleven years since the year 2003. But Reddy acknowledged his gratitude to the many great directors he assisted for, such as SV Krishna Reddy, K. R. Reddy, and Surender Reddy. It was in 2014 that C. H. Subba Reddy took on the role of director and made the Telugu box office hit, ‘Rough’ starring Aadi and Rakul Preet Singh. The film released on November 28, 2014, and was well-received amongst the viewers. It grossed to about18 crores in the box office that had a budget of 8 crore rupees. Subba Reddy recalled in an interview that he was known to be a ‘cinema freak’ in his childhood. Having finally directed his first movie, after years of underdog work, Subba Reddy has never been happier, witnessing the grand success of his own film.

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A Karunakaran

Born on 25th December 1971, Karunakaran completed polytechnics in 1989. After polytechnics, he proceeded to Madras where he worked as an assistant director under various other famous directors. Karunakaran is currently a director as well as a writer, who produced a lot of blockbuster hits. “Tholi Prema” starring Pawan Kalyan and Keerthi Reddy was Karunakaran’s directorial debut. The movie is a classic love story and is also known as one the best for both Pawan Kalyan’s and Karunakaran’s career. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu and around six Nandi Awards. The movie was a huge success and was played around the theatres for more than 365 days. Due to the reaction, Tholi Prema had on the box office, it was re-directed again by Karunakaran into a Hindi film, Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai and was dubbed in Tamil as Aanandha Mazhai. Karunakaran has his way of presenting the actors in his films though few of his movies didn’t make it through the box office; they had their own of way of getting across a variety of audience. A few of his movies including Vasu starring Venkatesh and Balu starring Pawan Kalyan were a moderate hit. However, they attracted the audience in a whole new level. His direction makes sure that both the lead actor and the actress gets enough importance and screen time. Rather than the general skin show that’s usually used to portray an actress, Karunakaran paints a picture of the lead actor that’s mesmerising to watch. Karunakaran has a hobby of painting, and he uses it to paint the pictures of the actress in a way that he wants to depict them in his movie. A few of his latest movies include Endukante Premanta starring Ram and Tamanna, the movie, however, was not a commercial hit. The movie though was a definite comeback for Ram, and there are quite a few that would give an outstanding performance to the movie for both the director and the actors. The last movie that Karunakaran directed till date was “Chinnadana Nee Kosam”, this movie had expectations to bring out the lead actor Nithin back on the race. However, those expectations went to the dump along with Nathan's career.

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