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Kona Venkat (Telugu: కోన వెంకట్; born 19 February 1965) is an Indian film screenwriter, producer, director, dialogue writer, lyricist and actor known for his works in Telugu cinema, and Bollywood.[1][2][3] He is known for his works in box office hits such as Alludu Seenu,Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi Baadshah, Dookudu, Adurs, Ready, Dhee, Venky, Geethanjali, Happy, Samba,Ninnu Kori and Jai Lava Kusa and has recently completed 50 films and 20 years in the film industry.,[4][5]

Kona Venkat
కోన వెంకట్
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Born (1965-02-19) 19 February 1965 (age 54)
Bapatla, India
NationalityIndian
Alma materUniversity of Pune
OccupationScreenwriter
Years active1998–present
ChildrenKavya Kona, Shravya Kona
RelativesKona Prabhakara Rao
Neeraja Kona

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Selected filmographyEdit

As a writerEdit

He started his journey in the film industry in 1997, and, before making his debut as a full-fledged screenwriter in 2003, he has worked as a "telugu dubbing" writer for Hindi films such as Satya, Dil Se.., Kaun, Mast, Jungle, Company, etc.

# Title Year Notes
39 Jai Lava Kusa 2017
38 Ninnu Kori 2017
37 Mom 2017 Hindi Film
36 Abhinetri 2016
35 Dictator 2016
34 Shankarabharanam 2015
33 Soukhyam 2015
32 Bruce Lee 2015
31 Akhil 2015
30 Pandaga Chesko 2015
29 Loukyam 2014
28 Power 2014
27 Geethanjali 2014
26 Alludu Seenu 2014
25 Pandavulu Pandavulu Thummeda 2013
24 Balupu 2013
23 Shadow 2013
22 Baadshah 2013
21 Denikaina Ready 2012
20 Ready 2011 Hindi Film
19 Dookudu 2011
18 Don Seenu 2010
17 Adurs 2010
16 King 2008
15 Chintakayala Ravi 2008
14 Ready 2008
13 Dhee 2007
12 Shock 2006
11 Happy 2006
10 Chukkallo Chandrudu 2006
9 Bhageeratha 2005
8 Balu 2005
7 Gayab 2004 Hindi Film
6 Samba 2004
5 Venky 2004
4 Shivamani 9848022338 2003
3 Ninne Istapaddanu 2003
2 Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi 2003
1 Okariki Okaru 2003

As producerEdit

He established the production company Kona Film Corporation and produced several movies.

As actorEdit

As directorEdit

His debut directional film was shelved and unreleased because of unknown reasons.

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Kona Venkat's Dialogue Copied in Bollywood". Gulte.com.
  2. ^ "Kona Venkat to direct Ravi Teja". The Times of India. 22 September 2014. Retrieved 4 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Kona Venkat". IMDb.
  4. ^ Y. Sunita Chowdhary. "Early success". The Hindu.
  5. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcRvciAsdnA

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