M. S. Narayana

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M. S. Narayana
Born Mailavarapu Surya Narayana
(1951-04-16)April 16, 1951
Nidamarru, West Godavari, AP
Died January 23, 2015(2015-01-23) (aged 63)
Residence Hyderabad, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Lecturer, actor, director
Spouse(s) M.V. Kala Prapoorna
Children Sasi Kiran, Vikram
Parent(s) Mailavarapu Bapi Raju,
Awards Filmfare-Best supporting actor in Dookudu,5 Nandi awards,2 cinegoers awards, B.A. Academy-Best comedian award etc.

M. S. Narayana (16 April 1951 – 23 January 2015) was an Indian comedy actor in Telugu film industry. He died on 23 January 2015 due to multiple organ failure in Hyderabad as a popular and respected comedian. He was second actor after Dev Anand to release films after death [1][2]

Guinness Record Controversy[edit]

Narayana became very popular when he claimed to break the existing Guinness Record of Brahmanandam, in July 2014. In the promotion of Dilip Kumar and Priya Gore starrer film Saheba Subramanyam, he claimed that he started his career in 1997, at the age of 46. Since then, he has acted in over 700 films in a short period of just 17 years. He thinks that he deserves guinness record, as Brahmanandam acted in 700 films in 20 years whereas he did it just in 17 years. His friends appealed to the Guinness Records Academy to recognise him. [3]

Partial filmography[edit]

Telugu[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2015 S/O Satyamurthy
Crazywala Filming
Shankara
Rey
Pataas
Pandaga Chesko
Lion
2014 Race Gurram
Govindudu Andarivadele
"Manam"
Autonagar Surya
Aagadu Database danaiah
Ulavucharu Biriyani
2013 Attarintiki Daredi BALU
Venkatadri Express
Kevvu Keka Subba Rao
Naayak CID Officer
Baadshah Revenge Nageshwararao
Shadow[4]
Chandee
2012 Daruvu Chitragupta/Mr Gupta
Julai Valmiki C.I.
Sudigadu
Srimannarayana
Rebel Pantulu
Okkadine
Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu
Dhamarukam
Rachcha
Ee Rojullo
Devudu Chesina Manushulu
2011 Pilla Zamindar Uddhandam
Oosaravelli Tamannaah's house owner
Badrinath (film) Chupke
Madatha Kaja
Dookudu Bokka Venkateshwar Rao Nandi Award for Best Male Comedian
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Telugu
CineMAA Awards – Best Actor (Jury)
100% Love College Professor
2010 Darling Appalanaidu
Golimaar
Aakasa Ramanna Dr. Ekalingam
Khaleja
2009 Bendu Apparao R.M.P
2008 King
Ready Junior Shastry
Sasirekha Parinayam
Siddu From Sikakulam Rattayya
2007 Chirutha
Bhajantrilu Also Director
Donga Sachinollu
Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters
Maisamma IPS
Navvule Navvulu
Yamadonga
Dubai Seenu salman raj
Bahumati
Yogi Remake of Jogi
Rakhi
Samanyudu
Kitakitalu
2006 Bangaram
Sarada Saradaga
Gowtam SSC
Jai Chiranjeeva
Seenugadu Chiranjeevi Fan
Allari Bullodu
Adirindayya Chandram
Nuvvante Nakistam
Naa Oopiri
Andarivadu
Dhairyam
2005 Hungama
Bunny Principal
2004 Nenunnanu
Yours Abhi
2003 Tagore
Appudappudu
Maa Baapu Bommaku Pellanta
Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi
Kalyana Ramudu
Naaga
Okkatavudam
Pilisthe Palukuta
Premante
Okato Number Kurradu
2002 Bharatasimha Reddy
Chance
Manamiddaram
Idiot Lecturer
Sontam
Vachinavaadu Suryudu
Avunu Valliddaru Ista Paddaru
Neekosame Neenu
Indra
Allari Ramudu
Girl Friend
Sri Ram
Police Sisters
Tappuchesi Pappu Koodu
Maunamelanoi
Aadi
Neeto Cheppalane
Nee Premakai
Premaku Swagatam
Police No 1
2001 Sandade Sandadi
Swarnabharatam
2 Much
Darling Darling
Hanuman Junction
Bhadrachalam
Asalem Jarigindi
Thankyou Subbarao
Itlu Sravani Subramanyam
Aanandam Lecturer
Friends
Student No.1
Subhakaryam
Family Circus
Ammayi Kosam
Time Pass
Snehituda
Cheppukondi Chudam
Deevinchandi
Deviputrudu
Sivudu
Ammo Bomma
Challenge (New)
Chirujallu
1999 Sardukupodam Randi
Seenu
Bobbili Vamsam
Yama Jathakudu
Snehamkosam
Athade Oka Sainyam
Kanulu Moosinaa Neevaye
Little Hearts
Mavidakulu
Paape Na Pranam
Subhavaartha
Thotti Gang
Utsaham
Andagadu
Balaram
Swayamvaram (1999 film)
Samarasimha Reddy
1996 Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi
Peddarayudu
Rukmini
1995 Lingababu Love Story

Tamil[edit]

Director[edit]

M.S. Narayana made his debut as director in the film Koduku with his son Vikram.

  1. Bhajantrilu (2007)
  2. Koduku (2004)

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