Kodi Ramakrishna

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KODI RAMAKRISHNA
Born23 July
Palakollu, West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh, India
ResidenceFilm Nagar, Hyderabad, India
Alma materAndhra University
Occupation
  • director
  • Writer
  • Actor
Websitehttp://www.kodiramakrishna.in/

Kodi Ramakrishna is an Indian film director and writer known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema, and a few Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi films.[1][2] One of the prolific film director in Telugu, Kodi Ramakrishna has directed a wide range of films, in a variety of genres such as drama films; Intlo Ramayya Veedilo Krishnayya (1982), Mangamma Gari Manavadu (1984), Thalambralu (1986), Aahuthi (1987), Bharatamlo Bala Chandrudu (1988), Station Master (1988), Muddula Mavayya (1989), Maa Aavida Collector (1996), Pelli (1997), and Dongaata (1997).

Other notable works of Rama Krishna are Social problem films; such as, Ankusham (1989), 20va Shatabdam (1990), Bharat Bandh (1991), and Sathruvu (1991). He directed Spy films; such as, Gudachari No.1 (1983), and Gudachari 117 (1989). Ramakrishna has directed supernatural Fantasy films; such as, Ammoru (1995), Devi (1999), Devullu (2000), Devi Putrudu (2001), Anji (2004), and Arundhati (2009) which won ten state Nandi Awards, and two Filmfare Awards South, and became the second highest grossing Telugu film for that year.[3][4][5] In 2012. He directed Industry Hits Managamma Gari Manavadu and Muddula Mavayya, he received the state Raghupathi Venkaiah Award for his contribution to Telugu cinema.[6]

Early life[edit]

Kodi Ramakrishna is from Palakollu, in West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. His career in the Indian cinema industry spans more than 30 years.[7][8]

Awards[edit]

Nandi Awards

Filmography[edit]

Director
Associate director
  • Korikale Gurralayite? (1979)
Actor
  • Dongaata (1997)
  • Aasti Mooredu Aasha Baaredu (1995)
  • Attagaaroo Swagatam (1986)
  • Inti Donga (1987)
  • Mudilla Muchata (1985)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Taking on the bad guys". The Hindu.
  2. ^ Is Kodi Ramakrishna’s Avatharam inspired from a real life incident in Kerala?
  3. ^ "Film director Kodi Ramakrishna hospitalised". The Times of India.
  4. ^ "Telugu Cinema Etc - Idlebrain.com".
  5. ^ "Telugu Cinema Etc - Idlebrain.com".
  6. ^ Correspondent, Special. "S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, Hema Malini bag NTR awards".
  7. ^ "Kodi Ramakrishna". FilmiBeat.
  8. ^ "Big movies which got shelved after launch".
  9. ^ Correspondent, Special. "S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, Hema Malini bag NTR awards".

External links[edit]

Kodi Ramakrishna on IMDb