Early life and careerEdit
He was born in Arikela village near Punganur in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh and graduated from Sri Venkateswara University. He continued his father's Vakkantham Suryanarayana Rao legacy in writings. He gained recognition for his language diction and acting skills during his schooling. Vamsi started his career as a News presenter, television anchor and starred as Suka Muni in Bapu – Ramana's tele serial Bhagavatham telecasted on ETV. He made his Telugu film debut with Kalyana Prapthirasthu opposite Suma, directed by Dasari Narayana Rao. After the release of his film Kick he became one of the popular writers of Telugu Cinema.
|2009||Kick||Story||No||Remade as Thillalangadi (2010), Kick (2014) and Super Ranga (2014)|
|2015||Temper||Story||No||Remade as Simmba (2018) and Ayogya (2019)|
|2015||Kick 2||Story and dialogues||No|
|2018||Touch Chesi Chudu||Story||No|
|2018||Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India||Yes||Yes|
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