A. V. Seshagiri Rao

A. V. Seshagiri Rao (1926 – 17 June 2007)[1] was a Kannada film director.

A. V. Seshagiri Rao
Born1926
Died17 June 2007(2007-06-17) (aged 81)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
OccupationFilm director

Film careerEdit

He started his film career at a young age and directed about 50 films including in Kannada, Telugu and Tamil. He made his directorial debut in Telugu film Pendli Pilipu starring N. T. Rama Rao and Devika in 1962. He gave blockbusters like Rajkumar-starrer Sampath Ge Sawal, Bahadur Gandu and Bettadha Huli to the Kannada film industry. His last film was Bahadura Hennu in which actress Roopa Ganguly had played the lead role.

FilmographyEdit

KannadaEdit

No. Year Film
1 1965 Bettada Huli [2]
2 1968 Hoovu Mullu
3 1969 Makkale Manege Manikya
4 1973 Jaya Vijaya
5 1974 Sampathige Savaal
6 1975 Hennu Samsarada Kannu
7 1976 Baduku Bangaravaythu
8 1976 Bahaddur Gandu
9 1976 Raja Nanna Raja
10 1977 Sose Tanda Soubhagya
11 1977 Shrimanthana Magalu
12 1978 Vasantha Lakshmi
13 1979 Naniruvude Ninagagi
14 1979 Nentaro Gantu Kallaro
15 1980 Ravi Chandra
16 1980 Haddina Kannu
17 1980 Pattanakke Banda Pathniyaru
18 1981 Avali Javali
19 1982 Guna Nodi Hennu Kodu
20 1983 Keralida Hennu
21 1984 Maryade Mahal
22 1984 Premave Balina Belaku
23 1984 Pavithra Prema
24 1985 Kunkuma Tanda Soubhagya
25 1989 Thaligagi
26 1993 Bahaddur Hennu
27 1961 Pendli Pilupu (Telugu)

DeathEdit

He died following a fall at his house in Chennai, India, where died of brain haemorrhage.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Kannada director Seshagiri Rao dead". IBN Live. CNN. 20 June 2007. Retrieved 11 January 2015.
  2. ^ "Bettada Huli cast & crew". Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 3 December 2014.