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Saturday, 14 October 2017

Jandhyala Family Marriage Wife Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details

Jandhyala  Family Marriage Wife Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details



Name Jandhyala
Date of Birth: 14-01-1951
Age: 67
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Occupation Actor, Director, Lyricist, Screenplay, Writer

Jandhyala (born Jandhyala Veera Venkata Durga Siva Subrahmanya Sastry) is an Indian scriptwriter, director and actor known for his works in Telugu cinema. He is known for his contributions to comedy, he won four Nandi Awards and two South Filmfare Awards. In 1983, he directed Ananda Bhairavi, created at the International Film Festival of India. He received Padma Shri for his contributions to Indian cinema.

Youth

Jandhyala, also known as Haasya Brahma Jandhyala, was born on January 14, 1951 in Narsapuram. He is the son of Jandhyala Narayana Murthy. He earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree from SRR and CVR College in Vijayawada. Since his childhood, he has been interested in plays especially with mythological characters with elaborate costumes. He even won awards for his performance at school.

Career

He was a noted playwright during his college days. Her first game is Atmahuthi (self-immolation English); however, his next play Ek Din Ka Sultan was very popular and was published more than 10,000 times and the script was reprinted 15 times. His last play was Gundelu Marchabadunu. Jandhyala came to meet Gummadi VenkateswaraRao (a popular artist) who advised her to become a writer of history. Soon, he received the support of Kaashinathuni Vishwanath, director of several significant films in Telugu. Soon he began writing for several movies that saw box office success.

He entered the films as a lyricist through the film Punya Bhoomi Kallu Teru and as a writer dialogue he was Devudu Chesina Bommalu. Siri Muvva, by K. Vishwanath, in 1977, is a successful film. He had a phenomenal success with which he gained a solid reputation in the Telugu film industry and never looked back. He has written about 200 films between 1977 and 1986, some of which have had tremendous success at the box office and some have even won awards.

He also anchored a few episodes called Andandho Bhamha (A Show where People Gather and Crack Jokes) aired on Sunday in the Doordarshan Canal between 1993-1995.

Style and success

Jandhyala turned into a director with the film Mudda Mandaram in 1981. Jandhyala abhorred the popular "chatty comedy" until then and believed that dialogue should be clear, simple and natural as real conversations, to which the public could easily identify, and appreciate. He had followed this rule in all the films for which he had written and directed.

He is a forerunner of the comedy genre and has written and directed several hits like Nalugu Sthambalata, Rendu Rella Aaru, Vivaha Bhojanambu, Choopulu Kalasina Subhavela, Amara Jeevi, Seeta Rama Kalyanam and Padamati Sandhya Ragam, Rendez Jalla Seetha.

He has featured numerous actors such as Bramhanandam, Suthi Velu and Suthi Veerabhadra Rao. His film with Ushakiran Films Srivariki Premalekha has become a comedy film of all time. His other film Ananda Bhairavi has been an important step in his career and has won numerous awards.

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1984, Best Director – Ananda Bhairavi
1984, Best Story Writer - Ananda Bhairavi
1987, Best Story Writer – Padamati Sandhya Ragam
1992, Best Dialogue Writer – Aapathbandhavudu
1984, Best Director – Telugu – Srivariki Premalekha
1987, Best Film – Telugu – Padamati Sandhya Ragam
Madras Film Fans Award
Andhra Pradesh Film Journalists Award
Vijayawada Film Journalists Award
Vamsi Award
Kalasagar Award
Andhra Pradesh Cinegoers Award

Death

It expired on June 19, 2001 following a massive heart attack, at age 50, and after finishing its year of silver jubilee in films . Jandhyala is survived by his wife Annapurna and two daughters, Sahiti and Sampada.

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