M. S. Raju

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Maha Sankranthi Raju (known as M. S. Raju) is a Telugu film producer and the first Indian producer to receive three consecutive Filmfare Awards South. He produced blockbusters like Okkadu, Varsham, and Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana.[1][2][3] His recent movies Pournami, Aata, Vaana and Maska did not do well at the box office.

His son, Sumanth Ashwin’s, debut movie is titled "Tuneega Tuneega," a film under his father’s direction. He was able to impress audiences with his ease of acting and dancing, but the film failed at the box office.[citation needed]

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Nandi Awards
Filmfare Awards South

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