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
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
. 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.