D. V. Narasa Raju

D.V. Narasaraju or Datla Venkata Narasaraju (Telugu: డి.వి.నరసరాజు) (15 July 1920 – 28 August 2006) was a writer and director of South India films and playwright. He has written stories such as Gundamma Katha, Yamagola, and Donga Ramudu.

D. V. Narasa Raju
BornDatla Venkata Narasa Raju
15 July 1920
Guntur district krosur mandal 88-Thalluru
Died28 August 2006
Hyderabad, India
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
GenreWriter, Director, Playwright
Notable worksTera Venuka Kathalu Autobiography
Children1 daughter

Narasa Raju was highly motivated by M. N. Roy and his party-free politics.[1]

He died on 28 August 2006 at Care Hospital.[2] D.V. Narasa Raju is survived by a daughter, Kavitha.

Autobiography (Adrusthavantuni Aatmakatha)Edit

[3] As he could not write such vast work in his 80s, Mr. Ravi Adabala, an Advocate and his friend advised to record in audio tapes. He requested Mr Ravi Adabala to listen and record his speech. Mr.Ravi Adabala obliged his request and did so. His speech recorded in 10 Micro cassettes. The recording process took three months from March 2000, Later the recordings were transcribed and published. The Book was released by Dr. Akkineni Nageswararao in the year 2006. After some months he died of illness at the age of 86.[citation needed]

FilmographyEdit

Writer
  1. Peddamanushulu (1954) (writer)
  2. Donga Ramudu (1955) (dialogue)
  3. Sobha (1958) (dialogue)[4]
  4. Raja Makutam (1959) (dialogue) (story)
  5. Renukadevi Mahatyam (1960) (writer)
  6. Gundamma Katha (1962) (dialogue)
  7. Man-Mauji (1962) (story)
  8. Mohini Rugmangada (1962) (writer)
  9. Ramudu Bheemudu (1964) (writer)
  10. Naadi Aada Janme (1965) (writer)
  11. C. I. D. (1965) (dialogues)
  12. Rangula Ratnam (1966) (dialogue)
  13. Bhakta Prahlada (1967) (adaptation) (dialogue)
  14. Chadarangam (1967) (dialogue) (story)
  15. Gruhalakshmi (1967) (dialogue)
  16. Bandhavyalu (1968) (dialogue)
  17. Tikka Shankaraiah (1968)
  18. Mooga Nomu (1969) (dialogue)
  19. Jai Jawan (1970)
  20. Badi Panthulu (1972) (dialogues)
  21. Iddaru Ammayilu (1972) (dialogue)
  22. Vaade Veedu (1973)
  23. Magaadu (1976)
  24. Yamagola (1977) (dialogue)
  25. KD No:1 (1979)
  26. Yugandhar (1979) (dialogue)
  27. Srungara Ramudu (1979)
  28. Vayyari Bhamulu Vagalamari Bhartalu (1982) (writer)
  29. Sri Ranga Neethulu (1983)
  30. Kanchana Ganga (1984) (writer)
  31. Muchataga Mugguru (1985) (dialogues)
  32. Karu Diddina Kapuram (1986) (writer and director)
  33. Rao Gari Illu (1988)
  34. Brundavanam (1992) (writer)
Actor
  1. Manasu Mamata (1990) (writer and actor)
  2. Chevilo Puvvu (1990) (actor)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "నా ప్రపంచం: January 2008". Archived from the original on 8 July 2011. Retrieved 2 February 2011.
  2. ^ "Writer D.V.Narasa Raju is no more". Archived from the original on 8 August 2009. Retrieved 25 August 2009.
  3. ^ అదృష్టవంతుని ఆత్మకథ[page285]
  4. ^ Narasimaham, M L (14 May 2015). "Sobha (1958)". The Hindu. Archived from the original on 29 April 2018. Retrieved 1 January 2018.

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