Born on May 23, 1975, in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, Anand Ranga also known as T E Anand or Thirumalai Eachambadi Anand is a Telugu, movie director. He studied computers and afterward went ahead to do Diploma in movie Technology, gaining practical experience in Screenplay Writing and Direction from Film and Television Institute of Tamil Nadu of Chennai.

At the point when Anand Ranga was in the tenth standard, he got the opportunity to see the shooting in Key's High School of Secunderabad of a film. Nagarjuna was hauling out the anchor from a fallen cycle and moving it around his fingers; the scene was the most famous scene of the film Siva and it was directed by Ram Gopal Varma. This got his interest in direction and he decided to go to the film foundation and get prepared. He graduated because he wanted to get the qualification to get into Pune Film Institute. But, due to a misunderstanding with the application and he wound up joining the Adyar Film Institute in Chennai.

Anand Ranga was met and chosen to help Mr. Kamal Hassan on an extremely prestigious venture 'Marudanayagam' in his final year. He had to shift back to Hyderabad after the project got postpone. He moved toward Mr. Jayanth C Paranjee and worked as Assistant Executive. There was a deferral at beginning of his next venture. Thus Mr. Jayanth sent a resume of Anand Ranga to Mr. Suresh Babu, who wanted a graduate to work for Suresh Productions. On Dec 31st, 1999, he met Mr. Suresh Babu and went along with him instantly at Suresh Productions in Ramanaidu Studios as Associate Director.

Anand Ranga was called by RGV approaching him to coordinate a film for his creation house. He was around 27 years old then, as his dream was to become a director at that age. He went through 10 months with RGV and built up a script however the film did not take off because of different reasons. Bhaskar Natarajan, who was also his batch mate in film institute, was making his first movie Bommarillu starring Siddarth Narayan and Genelia D'souza and he joined him in that motion picture. Amid this, he met Siddharth, and Oy!, became his debut film in 2009. Ranga began a production company name 'Random Thoughts,' where he focuses on Development and production, with his accomplice Seshu Reddy Seshu Reddy is a lawyer by profession. He also wor >> Read More... and has created two movies; DK Bose Click to look into! >> Read More... featured Nisha Agarwal Nisha Aggarwal, better known as Kajal Aggarwal’s l >> Read More... and Sundeep Kishan Sundeep Kishan is the assistant director of the po >> Read More... in 2015 and Poga starrer Abhinav and Praneeth Babu in 2014). Another movie is yet under making.

Gudavalli Ramabrahmam Telugu Actor

Gudavalli Ramabrahmam

Born on June 24, 1902, in Nandamuru, Andhra Pradesh, Gudavalli Ramabrahmam was an Indian film screenwriter, director, and maker known for his works prevalently in Telugu silver screen. He is the son of Baapamma and Gudavalli Venkayya. He completed his Intermediate studies at National College in Bandar in 1918. In 1920, he got married Saradamba, who was the daughter of Koganti Nagaiah of Indupalli. He became a nationalist with enthusiastic intensity in his philosophy. In 1932, he ran the newspaper name "Sama Darsini," and later on worked at magazine name "Praja Mitra" in Chennai. He used to have great commitments with the considerable masterminds and social activists of his day for his newspaper as Tapi Dharma Rao, Narla, Samudrala Raghavacharya and Gopi Chand. He also used to survey plays frequently in the newspaper "Swarajya." Before going into the film world, Ramabrahmam went into the business field and set up 'Friends and Co', book stalls down at Vijayawada in 1926. He got interested in the movie industry when he started visiting Vel Pictures Studio. At that point he chose to learn more about strategies for filmmaking. He filled in for the film "Kanakatara" as a production executive, consequently acquainting Samudrala Raghavacharya with the movie business. Later on, Ramabrahmam acted as a Production Manager for two or three movies and chose to begin his particular Production Company, " Saaradhi Chitra Private Limited," with the assistance of his companions. Tummala Sita Brahmam and Lingam Satyanarayana were the Directors, and Yarlagadda Siva Rama Prasad (Challapalli Raja) was the Chairman while Gudavalli Rama Brahmam was the Managing Director of the Company. He directed “Mala Pilla,” movie, the tale of which was given by incredible progressive author Chalam and dialogue by Tapi Dharma Rao. Motivated with the accomplishment of this film Ramabrahmam continued to deliver and coordinate "Raithu Bidda" in 1939. He then collaborated with maker P. V. Das and coordinated Sree Krishna Leelalu starrer Saluri Rajeshwara Rao and Vemuri Gaggaiah. He has likewise directed movies like Illalu starring V. Umamaheswara Rao and Kanchanamala in 1940, Mayalokam featuring C. S. R. Anjaneyulu and Kannamban in 1945 and many others. South Indian Film Chamber of Commerce selected him as the President in 1945. Later he began his fantasy extend "Palnati Yudham" featured Akkineni Nageshwara Rao and Govindarajula Subba Rao. The film hit the screens in the year 1947. Gudavalli Ramabrahmam, the champion of masses in Telugu film industry, took his final breath on first October 1, 1946, itself.


A V Seshagiri Rao

One of the famous personalities of the 1970’s era, A. V. Seshagiri Rao had directed so many brilliant movies during his career as a director. Born in 1926, in Karnataka and he had decided to enter the film industry when he was at his young age. A. V. Seshagiri Rao had made almost nearly 50 movies when he was in the cinema field. Even though he was from Karnataka and a proper Kannadiga, Seshagiri Rao’s first directorial debut was in Telugu film business. He directed a picture with N. T. Rama Rao, one of the popular and the most notable then the actor in Tollywood till 1990’s. he released a movie “Pendli Pilupu” in 1962. Though it was A. V. Seshagiri Rao’s first film in his whole journey as a director, he worked very hard and put so much effort for the movie and it received so many positive comments even from the critics. He proved his direction talent and skills through his first film. Not only in Telugu, had he directed few films in Tamil industry too. To clearly say, except in Malayalam cine industry, A. V. Seshagiri Rao had created his own mark as one of the acclaimed directors in whole South Indian film field. Talking about his personal life, he was a happily married guy, blessed with two daughters. Seshagiri Rao had given so many hits for the well-known superstar of Kannada film industry Raj Kumar. Starring Raj Kumar and Manjula in central roles he directed a movie “Sampathige Saaval” which released in 1974. It was a blockbuster hit in Karnataka. This flick is an action and romantic entertainer which is both written and directed by A. V. Seshagiri Rao himself. Seshagiri had made so many motion pictures with Raj Kumar and each and every one was a super hit and this has made him a very demanding director. For his work in direction field, Seshagiri Rao had received so many awards and rewards. His films were used as benchmarks for the young movie makers. A. V. Seshagiri Rao has also made one more Telugu film in 1967 casting T. L. Kantha Rao and Kanchana with the title Veera Pooja. This picture was also praised by many. His last movie was Bahadura Hennu released in 1993, with the heroine Raja Ganguly in the lead role. This film is the best example that Seshagiri Rao is one the feminists of the time. At the age of 81, he died at his home in Chennai due to a brain hemorrhage. The news was that Seshagiri Rao was all excited to go watch the movie, Shivaji starred by Rajnikanth that evening but suddenly collapsed. He was immediately taken to the hospital Appolo but there was of no use. His cremation was followed in next few days and so many celebrities, politicians, and common men had attended it.

A V Seshagiri Rao Telugu Actor