V. V. Vinayak
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|Gandrothu . Veera Venkata Vinayak|
|Spouse(s)||Anantha Lakshmi Satyavathi|
|Children||Kundan Krishna, Hasini Krishna|
|Parents||G.Krishna Rao, G.Nagarathnam|
Veera Venkata Vinayak (born 9 October 1974) is a Telugu cinema director. His father is Krishna Rao. He is one of the most prolific directors of south India and one of the leading directors of Telugu Film Industry.
Gandrothu . Veera Venkata Vinayak, was born in Chagallu - West Godavari Dist. His father, G.Krishnarao, was a distributor, his mother, G.Nagaratnam, is a house wife. He has 2 brothers and 3 sisters. He managed the theatres in his village for some time. So naturally, he had interest in movies. However, that business did not turn out that well. Then he moved towards the film industry. During the studies he was stayed in Dommeru Village of his relatives house for 01 year. Unfortunately the leading director of EVVV Satyanarayana House also in Dommeru towards one street. He was very much inspired of him to the movies. After his cousin brother of Mr.Ramakrishna (Krishna) marriage, he went to Hyderabad for starting his cine career.
He joined E.V V Satyanarayana as an assistant director for Abbayigaru. Later on he joined director Sagar. After that he joined S.V Krishna Reddy for the film Sakutumba Saparivara Sametam. After that film, he worked with Kranthi Kumar for two films – 9 Nelalu and Paadutaa Teeyagaa. While he was doing a film with Sagar, Bellamkonda . Suresh used to come to the sets. He watched Vinayak assisting Sagar and promised him that he'll give him a break definitely. After Paaduthaa Theeyagaa, Vinayak was not doing much as an assistant and thus started working on his own scripts. When he offered him a film, He was thrilled and narrated the story to NTR. NTR liked the subject – it was a love story – but Kodali Nani didn't like it. After a couple of days, he narrated another story that was instantly liked and taken to the sets, and that was the story of Aadi. VV Vinayak Confirmed news in His Latest Interview that Chiranjeevi 150th Movie Not Confirmed.
|2002||Aadi||NTR Jr., Keerthi Chawla||Mani Sharma||Remade in Tamil as Jai|
|2002||Chennakeshava Reddy||Balakrishna Nandamuri, Shriya Saran, Tabu||Mani Sharma||Dubbed in Tamil as Aadhi Kesavan|
|2003||Dil||Nitin reddy, Neha Bamb, Prakash Raj||R. P. Patnaik||Remade in Tamil as Kuththu|
|2003||Tagore||Chiranjeevi, Shriya Saran, Jyothika||Mani Sharma||Remake of Ramana|
|2004||Samba||NTR Jr., Genelia D'Souza, Bhoomika Chawla||Mani Sharma||Dubbed in Tamil and Hindi with same name|
|2005||Bunny||Allu Arjun, Gowri Munjal, Prakash Raj||Devi Sri Prasad||Dubbed in Hindi with the same name|
|2006||Lakshmi||Daggubati Venkatesh, Nayantara, Charmy Kaur||Ramana Gogula||Dubbed in Tamil with same name
Dubbed in Hindi as Mera Taaqat
|2007||Yogi||Prabhas, Nayanthara||Ramana Gogula||Remake of Jogi|
|2008||Krishna||Ravi Teja, Trisha Krishnan||Chakri||Dubbed in Hindi with same name
Dubbed in Tamil as Madhura Thimiru
Remade in Kannada as Rajini
|2009||Adhurs||NTR Jr., Nayanthara, Sheela||Devi Sri Prasad|
|2011||Badrinath||Allu Arjun, Tamannaah||M. M. Keeravani||Dubbed in Hindi as Sangharsh Aur Vijay|
|2013||Naayak||Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Aggarwal, Amala Paul||S. Thaman||Remade in Bengali as Hero: The Superstar|
|2014||Alludu Sreenu||Bellamkonda Sreenivaas, Samantha Ruth Prabhu||Devi Sri Prasad|
|2015||Untitled Akhil Akkineni project||Akhil Akkineni, Sayesha Saigal||Anoop Rubens / SS Thaman|
Won the Santhosham Best Commercial Director award for the movie Krishna.
List of frequent cast in VV Vinayak's films
|Jaya Prakash Reddy||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Kota Srinivasa Rao||Yes||Yes||Yes|
List of frequent crew in VV Vinayak's films
|Devi Sri Prasad||Yes||Yes|
|R. P. Patnaik||Yes|
- "VV Vinayak Confirmed news in His Latest Interview that Chiranjeevi 150th Movie Not Confirmed.". 25cineframes.com. Retrieved 9 July 2014.
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