C. S. Rao (writer)

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C. S. Rao
Born Chintapenta Satyanarayana Rao
(1935-12-20) 20 December 1935 (age 81)
Draksharamam, Andhra Pradesh, India

Chintapenta Satyanarayana Rao, better known for entire TV, cinema and literary community as C.S. Rao, is a veteran writer, actor, director and producer. Scholars say Rao speaks less and conveys more. C.S Rao's pen has made a long odyssey from story, stage play, radio-play, novel, TV serial, documentaries and essays to cinema.

Rao's Filmography[edit]

Feature Films[edit]

  1. Oorummadi Bathukulu
  2. Kamalamma Kamatam
  3. Praanam Khareedu
  4. Kukka kaatuku Cheppu debba
  5. Taram Maarindi
  6. Nayakudu Vinayakudu
  7. Malle Moggalu
  8. Yagnam
  9. Deeksha
  10. Sommokadidi Sokokadidi (acted)
  11. Sarada Ramudu (acted)
  12. Matti Manushulu (acted)

Commissioned Programs[edit]

  1. Ye Gooti Chilaka Aa Gooti Paluku (single episode commissioned program)
  2. Rajasekhara Charitra
  3. Bhartruhari Janma Vriththantam
  4. Raaji Bujji
  5. Jaataka Kathalu
  6. Vikramarka Vijayam (dialogues only)
  7. Kalapoornoday (Hindi Serial for National Network)
  8. Temples in AP (Hindi Serial for National Network)
  9. Karpoora Vasantha Raayalu
  10. Music and Dance in AP (50 Years of Independence Series)
  11. Vishnu Sharma English Chaduvu (Hyderabad Doordarshan Production)

[edit]

  1. Meeru Aalochinchandi
  2. Sikhara Darsanam (single episode)
  3. Mitra Laabham
  4. Varudu Kaavali (13 episodes)
  5. Damit Katha Addam Tirigindi
  6. Dristi
  7. Ganapathi
  8. Vidya
  9. Mallee Telavaarindi (given only screenplay)

TV Plays[edit]

  1. Credit Card
  2. Teerpu (a play on 20 point formula)
  3. Kamamma Mogudu
  4. Oorummadi Bathukulu
  5. Kallu Terandraa
  6. Perfect Wife
  7. Radha Maadhaveeyam
  8. Cell Gola
  9. Love Paathaalu
  10. Koththa Dampathulu
  11. Meerela Ante Alaage
  12. Punya Bhumi (dialogues only)

Stage Plays[edit]

  1. Malli Eppudostharu [1]
  2. Vishnusharma English Chaduvu [2][3]
  3. Aadhunika Telugu Sahithyamlo Hasyam [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Discover Hyderabad-City Lifestyle". hyderabad-best.com. Retrieved 23 November 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Display Books of this Author". Avkf.org. Retrieved 23 November 2011. 
  3. ^ "Andhra Pradesh / Hyderabad News : Golden Nandi to DD telefilm". The Hindu. 3 March 2010. Retrieved 23 November 2011. 

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