Nallamalupu Bujji was born in Nallamalupu Srinivas Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India. He currently resides in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. His uncle is Bellamkonda Suresh who is married to Bellamkonda Padmavathi. He has two sons whose names are Bellamkonda Ganesh Babu and Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas. In the Telugu film Industry; Bellamkonda Suresh is an Indian film producer. Following his uncle’s footsteps, Nallamalupu Bujji is also an Indian Film producer famous in the Telugu film Industry. In 2001 he produced his first film under his production company which is known as Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Productions.

Following his first produced film under the banner of his company Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Productions he solely, on his own, produced the film Raa in the year 2001 in which actors Upendra and Priyanka Upendra were cast, this was followed by a film called Lakshmi in the year 2006 in which actors Venkatesh, Nayanthara and Charmme Kaur were the actors, in the year 2007 Lakshyam was produced with the star cast being Gopichand, Jagapati Babu and Anushka Shetty, in the year 2008 Chintakayala Ravi was released with the star cast being Venkatesh and Anushka Shetty, in the year 2009 the film Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam was released with the star cast being Siddharth and Tamannaah, in the year 2011 the film Nenu Naa Rakshasi was released with the star cast being Rana Daggubati and Ileana D'Cruz, in the same year 2011 another film titled Mogudu was released with the star cast being Gopichand and Taapsee Pannu and in the year 2014 a film called Race Gurram was released with the star cast being Allu Arjun and Shruthi Haasan.

He even co-produced two films with his uncle, Bellamkonda Suresh. The two films were both released in 2014, and their names are Rabhasa and Alludu Seenu. He co-produced three films with Tagore Madhu. The three films are Mukunda which was released in 2014, Winner which was released early 2017 and Mister which is yet to be released in theatres.He recently co-produced with one last person Vallabhaneni Vamshi in 2017 their movie is still to be released in theaters and it’s called Touch Chesi Chudu. He has won many awards to his name such as receiving for Best Feature Film by the Nandi Awards for the film Lakshyam which got released in the year 2007. For his film Kochem Ishtam Kochem Kashtam which was released in the year 2009,he was awarded the Nandi Awards for Akkineni Award for Best Home viewing Feature Film.

Yaragudipati Varada Rao

Yaragudipati Varada Rao is an Indian producer, director, actor, screenplay writer, distributor, thespian and editor. He predominantly worked in Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam films. He is a legendary figure for Indian Film industry. Rao made the first talkie movie in Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam language, named Sati Sulochana (1934). Rao was born on 30 May 1903 in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh. He was born into a rich and aristocratic Telugu Brahmin family. His parent’s name was Gopal Rao and Bodevamma. He also had a brother named Hanumantha Rao. After completing his education, Rao indulged himself into staging plays in the local theatre. Later he moved to Kolhapur and then to Bombay to act. Mesmerized by his good looks and personality, R.S. Prakash Rao cast him in many silent films in the late 1920’s. These films included Garuda Garva Bhangam, Gajendra Moksham, etc. However, Rao, dissatisfied by his artistic instincts, decided to don the hat of a director. He made many silent films named Pandava Nirvana (1930), Hari Maya (1932) and Pandava Agnathavaas (1930). In Hari Maya, he paired opposite his first wife, Rajam. GubbiVeerana produced the film. In 1932, Chamanlal Doongaji, a Marwari businessperson from Mumbai decided to launch South India Movie tone. Meanwhile, Rao made a script about the retelling of Ramayana in the eyes of Sulochana, wife of Ravan’s son Indrajit. He decided to collaborate with Chamanlal, and the consequence was Sati Sulochana (1934). It was the first Talkie film made in any South Indian Language. Made with a budget of 40,000, the film became an enormous success at the box-office. Rao created a new history in 1937 when he directed Chintamani. The movie became an all-time blockbuster and ran for almost one year in various cinema halls. The film propelled M.K. Thyagaraja Bhagavathar to stardom. He was the first superstar in South Indian cinema. Based on the story of Bilwamangal who fell in love with a courtesan Chintamani, the movie broke many records. In 1940, Rao made the magnum opus of Telugu industry Viswa Mohini. It was the first film that featured storyline except for any religious or mythological reference. Many critics consider the film to be India’s first step towards World Cinema. The film shattered many box-office records. During the filming of Lavangi (1946), director Rao fell in love with newbie Rukmini, and later they tied the knot. He then directed and acted in many South Indian Blockbusters consequently. Nevertheless, after the failure of Savitri, his films started to falter at the box-office. His personal life shattered too, as Rukmini split up with him. After 1969, he stopped working in the movies. He breathed his last on 13 February 1973. Rao had a child with Rukmini, called Lakshmi. Lakshmi was also a movie star. His contemporaries, for igniting the airwaves of Indian Film Industry, continuously praise Rao

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Yaragudipati Varada Rao Telugu Actor