Kaikala Satyanarayana

Other names of Kaikala Satyanarayana: Nava Rasa Natanaa, Sarvabhouma
Kaikala Satyanarayana is one of the most famous Telugu Actors of 1960s to 1990s. He has also been into production and direction of movies at one point. He is one of the proud recipients of Raghupathi Venkaiah Award for lifetime achievement. This is a very prestigious award in Telugu film industry which is given only to the much recognized contributors in Telugu Cinema. Kaikala was given this award in 2011. He was born in a rural village in Andhra Pradesh, in the year 1935. His family was moderately well in terms of financial stability. He could study up to graduation in Gudivada, another city in Andhra Pradesh. He got married in 1960. The couple is blessed with 4 children. He entered Telugu Film Industry through a movie called Sipayi Koothuru, produced by D. L. Narayana. This movie was not a commercial hit but had worked well for Kaikala Satyanarayana. The reason is his striking resemblance with the super star then Mr. N.T.Rama Rao. In most of his initial movies, he was chosen as a dupe for N.T Rama Rao. After playing several dupe roles for N.T. Rama Rao, Satyanarayana was given an offer by N.T.Rama rao to act in an independent role in Apoorva Sahasra Siraccheda Chintamani in 1960. He was asked to play a role of a prince in this movie. This movie was a great hit. First time ever in his career, he played a negative role in a movie called "Kanaka Durga Pooja Mahima" directed by Vithalacharya. He was so well fitting for the role, that his career had taken a completely different turn altogether. He was flooded with offers for negative roles. He did all of them very well. His journey in Telugu Film Industry has been really huge with an enormous number of 200 plus movies. He is much closely related with the role he played as "Yamadharma Raja" in many movies. He was also awarded with Nandi Award for Best Feature Film for his own production film Bangaru Kutumbam It is a most popular Telugu show telecasted on Zee >> Read More... Bangaru Kutumbam (1994).