V. V. Vinayak
V. V. Vinayak (born: Gandrothu Veera Venkata Vinayak) is an Indian film director and screen writer known for his works in Telugu Cinema. He is reputed for redefining mass commercial and comedy movies in Telugu. Vinayak made his film debut with the 2002 melodrama film Aadi starring NTR Jr., upon release the film received positive reviews, and became a box office hit.
V. V. Vinayak
Vinayak at the teaser release event of the film Ammammagarillu (2018)
Gandrothu Veera Venkat Vinayak
Vinayak received the state Nandi Award for Best First Film of a Director for his work in the film. The film was subsequently remade in Tamil as Jai. In 2003, Vinayak directed two major box office hits Dil and Tagore starring Chiranjeevi. Tagore was screened at the 2006 IIFA Awards held in Dubai. In 2013, Vinayak directed a Short film to promote Organ Donation.
|2002||Aadi||Nandi Award for Best First Film of a Director|
|2015||Akhil: The Power of Jua|
|2017||Khaidi No. 150|
- Other Awards
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- "A Rs 100-crore budget film in pipeline?". Deccan Chronicle.
- Staff Reporter. "Short film to promote organ donation". The Hindu.
- "Telugu cinema Article - Nandi Jury choices and Jeevi Reviews". idlebrain.com.
- "Santosham Film Awards Gallery - Telugu Cinema, Tollywood". ragalahari.com.