Vempati Sadasivabrahmam

Vempati Sadasivabrahmam shortly Sadasivabrahmam (Telugu: వెంపటి సదాశివబ్రహ్మం) (b: 1905 – d: 1968) was a writer of film stories, dialogues and lyrics in the early period of Telugu cinema.[1]

Vempati Sadasivabrahmam
Born1905
Tuni, Kakinada district, United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, British India
DiedJanuary 1, 1968 (aged 62–63)
Madras
OccupationWriter
GenreStory writer

He was born in Tuni, East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh. He studied Pancha Kavyas and achieved proficiency in Sanskrit and Telugu languages.

He has debuted with the 1941 film Choodamani directed by Raja Sandow. He wrote the story, dialogues and lyrics for this successful film.

He died on 1 January 1968 in Chennai.

FilmographyEdit

  1. Choodamani (1941) (dialogue) (story)
  2. Tenali Ramakrishna (1941) (story)
  3. Gharana Donga (1942) (writer)
  4. Palnati Yudham (1947) (dialogue)
  5. Radhika (1947) (director)
  6. Gollabhama (1947) (dialogues) (Lyrics)
  7. Keelugurram (1949)
  8. Samsaram (1950) (dialogue) (story)
  9. Pakka Inti Ammayi (1953)
  10. Pardesi (1953) (dialogue)
  11. Kanavane Kan Kanda Daivam (1955) (story)
  12. Kanyasulkam (1955) (screen adaptation)
  13. Tenali Ramakrishna (1956/I) (dialogue) (story)
  14. Bhale Ramudu (1956) (dialogue)
  15. Charana Daasi (1956) (screen adaptation and dialogue)
  16. Ondre Kulam (1956) (Story)[2]
  17. Dampatyam (1957)
  18. Suvarna Sundari (1957/I) (story)
  19. Sharada (1957) (story)
  20. Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (1958) (adaptation) (dialogue)
  21. Chenchu Lakshmi (1958/I) (adaptation) (dialogue)
  22. Illarikam (1959) (dialogue) (story)
  23. Krishna Leelalu (1959) (adaptation) (dialogue)
  24. Nagarjuna (1961)
  25. Pellikani Pillalu (1961)
  26. Sasural (1961) (story)
  27. Lava Kusha (1963) (lyrics)
  28. Prachanda Bhairavi (1965)
  29. Paramanandayya Shishyula Katha (1966)
  30. Bhama Vijayam (1967)
  31. Bhuvana Sundari Katha (1967)
  32. Nene Monaganni (1968)
  33. Ranabheri (1968)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sadasivabrahmam Vempati, Luminaries of 20th Century, Part II, Potti Sriramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad, 2005, pp: 912–13.
  2. ^ Film News Anandan (23 October 2004). Sadhanaigal Padaitha Thamizh Thiraipada Varalaru [History of Landmark Tamil Films] (in Tamil). Chennai: Sivakami Publishers. Archived from the original on 30 June 2017.

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