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Singeetam Srinivasa Rao needs no special introduction. He created a new trend in film making and mesmerized audience with his films viz. Pushpaka Vimanam, Mayuri, Taram Marindhi, Vichitra Sodarulu, Michael Madana Kama Raju, Aditya 369, Bhairava Dweepam, Brundavanam, Madam and many.

This year Singeetam turned 75 and incidentally this very month Telugu Cinema turned 75 too. Singeetam Srinivasa Rao was born on 21st September 1931 in Udayagiri of Nellore Dist.

Before Singeetam entered movie land, he wrote for magazines like Bharati. He also scripted many plays Brahma, Antya Ghattam, Chitrarajuna etc. His plays always won accolades. His Chitrarajuna was even translated into English and played in Western countries.

Singeetam trained in direction department from famous Harindranath Chatopadyaya. Singeetam then worked as assistant director with KV Reddy from 1954 for films like Donga Ramudu, Mayabazar etc. He later on became a director and directed about 60 films in various languages including Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi, English. He won many awards for his work including Rastrapati, Nandi and LV Prasad among many.

Singeetam also tried other departments. He used his writing skills and penned a song in Bhairawa Dweepam. He even composed music in Kannada for few Rajkumar's films. It is not an exaggeration to say that Singeetam is always ahead and gave the audience a new feel and thrill with his movies. Kannada Journalists association printed a special book on Singeetam Srinivasa Rao, a rare distinction received only by a few.

Srinivasa Rao Singeetham
Date of Birth:
21 September 1931, Udayagiri, Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh, India more
Jump to filmography as: Director, Writer, Miscellaneous Crew

1. Mumbai Express (2005)
2. Son of Alladin (2003)
3. Little John (2002)
4. Akasa Veedhilo (2001)
5. Sri Krishnarjuna Vijayam (1996)
6. Chinna Vathiyar (1995)
7. Bhairava Dweepam (1994)
8. Ladies Only (1994) (as Shinghitham Sreenivasa Rao)
9. Magalir Mattum (1994)
10. Madam (1993)
11. Phool (1993)
12. Brundavanam (1992)
13. Ksheera Sagara (1992)
14. Aditya 369 (1991)
15. Michael Madana Kamarajan (1991)
16. Apoorva Sahodarargal (1989)
17. Chiranjeevi Sudhakara (1988)
18. Devatha Manushya (1988)
19. Pushpak (1988)
20. America Abbayi (1987)
21. Ananda (1986)
22. Mayuri (1984)
23. Shravana Banthu (1984)
24. Chelisuva Modagalu (1982)
25. Nancy (1981) (as Shinghitham Sreenivasa Rao)
26. Raaja Paarvai (1981)
27. Triloka Sundari (1980/I)
28. Triloka Sundari (1980/II)
29. Trilok Sundari (1980)
30. Mangala Toranalu (1979)
31. Gammathu Goodacharulu (1978)
32. Ramachilaka (1978)
33. Sommokadidhi Sokokadidhi (1978)
34. Andame Anandam (1977)
35. Niraparayum Nilavilakkum (1977)
36. Panthulamma (1977)
37. Tharam Marindi (1977)
38. America Ammayi (1976)
39. Oka Deepam Veligindhi (1976)
40. Zamindarugari Ammayi (1975)
41. Dikkatra Parvathi (1973)
42. Neethi Nijayathi (1972)


1. Akasa Veedhilo (2001) (screenplay) (story)
2. Sri Krishnarjuna Vijayam (1996) (screen adaptation)
3. Bhairava Dweepam (1994) (story)
4. Madam (1993) (story)
5. Brundavanam (1992) (story)
6. Aditya 369 (1991) (story)
7. Michael Madana Kamarajan (1991) (writer)
8. Pushpak (1988) (writer)
9. Mayuri (1984) (story)

Miscellaneous Crew:

1. Sri Krishnarjuna Yudham (1963) (associate director)

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