Geetha Arts is an Indian film production and distribution company known for its works in Telugu cinema. It is one of the largest and most successful production houses in South Indian cinema. It was established in 1972 by Allu Aravind. It has produced around 60 films majority of them in Telugu in addition to a few films in Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada languages.
Geetha Arts marked its beginning through the 1974 Teugu film Bantrothu Bharya. The company has produced films featuring actors such as Chiranjeevi, Rajinikanth, Aamir Khan, Ravichandran, Pawan Kalyan, Allu Arjun, Ganesh, Nani, Ram Charan, and Kartik Aaryan. It has also expanded its presence into film distribution, exhibition and digital content.
Geetha Arts is an Indian film production and distribution company established in 1972 by Allu Aravind, the son of veteran Telugu comedian Allu Ramalingaiah. The company was named after the Hindu philosophical text Bhagavad Geeta which inspired Allu Aravind. It is formerly known as Geetha Art Productions, Geetha Cine Enterprises, Geetha Creative Arts.
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|1991||Rowdy Alludu||Telugu||K. Raghavendra Rao|
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|1996||Pelli Sandadi||Telugu||K. Raghavendra Rao|
|1997||Mere Sapno Ki Rani||Hindi||K. Raghavendra Rao|
|1998||Paradesi||Telugu||K. Raghavendra Rao|
|Ninaithen Vandhai||Tamil||K. Selva Bharathy|||
|2003||Pellam Oorelithe||Telugu||S. V. Krishna Reddy|||
|Gangotri||Telugu||K. Raghavendra Rao|||
|Calcutta Mail||Hindi||Sudhir Mishra|
|2004||Intlo Srimathi Veedhilo Kumari||Telugu||K. Vasu|
Kshitij Production Combines (Mukesh, Aravind) edit
|1999||Kaun?||Hindi||Ram Gopal Varma|
Siri Venkateswara Productions (Satya Narayana, Aravind) edit
|2005||Bunny||Telugu||V. V. Vinayak|
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|2017||Next Nuvve||Telugu||ETV Prabhakar|
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|2022||Jersey||Hindi||Gowtham Tinnanuri||Co-produced with Dil Raju Productions, Sithara Entertainments & Brat Films|||
|2023||Shehzada||Hindi||Rohit Dhawan||Co-produced with Haarika & Haasini Creations, T-Series & Brat Films|
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Geetha Film Distributors (GFD), a subsidiary of Geetha Arts has released over 300 Telugu, Hindi and English films in Andhra Pradesh.
- Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha (2023)
- Malikappuram (2023, dubbed version)
- Kantara (2022, dubbed version)
- Naane Varuvean (2022, dubbed version)
- Zombie Reddy (2021)
- Mamangam (2019, dubbed version))
- Nuvvu Thopu Raa (2019)
- Kurukshetram (2019, dubbed version)
- Paper Boy (2018)
- Bhadram Be Careful Brotheru (2016)
- Yevadu (2014)
- Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu (2012)
- Khaleja (2010)
- Komaram Puli (2010)
- Leader (2010)
- Magadheera (2009)
- Ghajini (2008)
- Parugu (2008)
- Jalsa (2008)
- Desamuduru (2006)
- Stalin (2006)
- Happy (2006)
- Andarivaadu (2005)
- Johnny (2003)
- Annayya (2000)
- Iddaru Mitrulu (1999)
- Tholi Prema (1998)
- Bavagaru Bagunnara? (1998)
- Paradesi (1998)
- Pelli Sandadi (1996)
- Big Boss (1995)
- Mechanic Alludu (1993)
- Rowdy Alludu (1991)
- Gang Leader (1991)
- Stuartpuram Police Station (1991)
- Raja Vikramarka (1990)
- Kodama Simham (1990)
- Attaku Yamudu Ammayiki Mogudu (1989)
- Trinetrudu (1988)
- Khaidi No. 786 (1988)
- Yamudiki Mogudu (1988)
- Rudraveena (1988)
- Jebu Donga (1987)
- Pasivadi Pranam (1987)
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