B. S. Narayana

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B. S. Narayana [Bijja Satyanarayana]
Occupation Director

B. S. Narayana is an Indian film, director known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema.[1] [2] He has garnered two National Film Awards. He was a member of the Indian delegation to the Tashkent Film Festival in 1974, and the Moscow International Film Festival in 1975.[3]

Awards[edit]

National Film Awards for Best Feature Film in Telugu
Nandi Awards

Filmography[edit]

As director[5]
  • Edureetha (1963)
  • Thirupathamma Katha (1963)
  • Vishala Hrudayalu (1965)
  • Aeme Evaru (1966)
  • Ananda Nilayam (1971)
  • Sreevaru Maavaru (1973)
  • Aadavallu-Apanindalu (1976)
  • Oorummadi Brathukulu (1976) Best Film Nandi Award (Bronze category)
  • Nimajjanam (1979) Urvasi Award to Sharada
  • Aadadi Gadapadatithe (1980)
  • Maargadarsi(1991) Directed under complete Blindness (Limca Book of Records: First Blind Film Director)

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