Kosaraju Raghavaiah Telugu Actor
  • DOB : 23-06-1905
  • Date of death: 27-10-1987
  • Star Sign : Cancer
Other Skills
    - Lyricist

Kosaraju Rajavaiah’s full name is Kosaraju Rajavaiah Chowdary. He was a lyricist, poet, and an actor by profession in the Indian film industry. He mainly worked in the Telugu film industry. He was born on 23 June 1905 in Appikatla village under Guntur district which is in Andhra Pradesh. He was from a family of agricultural background and got married to a woman named Seetharamamma. He completed his studies in the fields of literature, Puranas, and epics in the Telugu language. He died on 27 October 1987 at the age of 82 years in the South Indian state Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He wrote more than 3000 songs and worked in more than 350 Telugu films during his lifetime. A Telugu scholar named “Kondamudi Narasimham Pantul” influenced and inspired him through his play.

The skit was based on Ramayana, and he played in his play during his teenage years. His career started by working as a journalist in “Raitu Patrika” that gave him a golden opportunity to meet the famous writer Samudrala Raghavacharya Born on 1902, Samudrala Raghavacharya is a multifa >> Read More... Samudrala Raghavacharya and also the director Gudavalli Ramabrahmam Born on June 24, 1902, in Nandamuru, Andhra Prades >> Read More... Gudavalli Ramabrahmam . Later, he published a poem with the title “ Kadagandlu” which was his first poetry. His career in the film industry started with the film “Raitu Bidda” in 1939 in which he acted as the hero. But later, he started working as a lyricist in movies. He wrote the lyrics for the 1954 film “Pedda Manushulu” directed by K. V. Reddy. Its lyrics were a bit humorous, and he did his job well. His one of the most famous songs was “Jebulo Bomma Je Jela Bomma” from the 1954 film Raju Peda directed by B. A. Subba Rao.

His earthy poetries were the most famous, and they were mainly related to the popular tales of morals and ethics. Some of his songs include “Sai Sai Jodedla Bandi” from Vrarkatnam in 1968, “Bhale Bhale Maa Annaya” from Chelleli Kapuram in 1971, Muthyalu Vasthava Adigindi Isthava from Manushulanta Okkate in 1976, Nandamaya Guruda Nandamaya from Pedda Manushulu in 1954, Eruvaaka Sagaroranno Chinnanna from Rojulu Marayi Click to look into! >> Read More... Rojulu Marayi in 1955, Ayyayo Chetilo Dabbulu Poyene from Kula Gothralu in 1962, Emitee Avataram from Chaduvukunna Ammayilu in 1963, and many more. He was awarded by the state government of Andhra Pradesh in 1984 with the prestigious “Raghupathi Venkaiah Award” for his outstanding and remarkable contribution to the Telugu film industry. He also won the titles of “Janapada Kavi Sarvabhouma” and “Kaviratna.”