Ogirala Ramachandra Rao
|Ogirala Ramachandra Rao|
|Born||10 September 1905|
|Origin||Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India|
|Died||17 June 1957(aged 51)|
|Genres||Indian film scores|
Early Life and career
Ogirala was born on 10 September 1905 at Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh to Ogirala Janardhana Sharma and Subbamma. He started his career as an actor in Sri Venkateswara Mahatyam (1939), where he played the role of Lord Shiva. His debut as Music director was Malli Pelli in the same year produced by Y. V. Rao. He was also playback singer for Y.V.Rao and sang with Kanchanamala in the film.
He was also the music director for his next film Vishwamohini (1940). He has played key role for the success of Bejawada Rajaratnam as playback singer. He has assisted Chittor V. Nagaiah for Swargaseema (1945) and Yogi Vemana (1947) for Vijaya Pictures.
His son Ogirala Lakshmi Narasimha Murthy and daughter Machiraju Kalpakavalli are settled in Hyderabad, India. They used to sing in All India Radio Hyderabad and also in DD National Channel for Hyderabad in 1980's.
|1939||Malli Pelli||Playback singer and Music director|
|1941||Parvati Kalyanam||Music director|
|1946||Mugguru Maratilu||Music director|
|1947||Yogi Vemana||Music director|
|1949||Gunasundari Katha||Music director|
|1950||Paramanandayya Shishyula Katha||Music director|
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