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A. M. Raja was one of the successful composer and a singer in the South Indian film industry in the 1950s era. His successful albums include Missamma, Then nilavu, Kalyana Parisu etc. Starting his singing career in the movie Samsaram, he sang songs for many music directors. He sang many songs for the actor Gemini Ganesan. He became music director in the movie Kalyana parisu, directed by his friend Sreedhar. That was Sreedhar's first movie too. After that he did Then nilavu with Sreedhar. But his downfall started after that. It was said that his attitude brought his own downfall.

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Music Department:

1. Pelli Kaanuka (1960) (playback singer)
2. Raja Nandini (1958) (playback singer)
3. Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (1958) (playback singer)
4. Allauddin Adhbhuta Deepam (1957) (playback singer)
5. Bhagya Rekha (1957) (playback singer)
6. M.L.A. (1957) (playback singer)
7. Penki Pellam (1956) (playback singer)
8. Missamma (1955) (playback singer)
9. Vipranarayana (1954) (playback singer)
10. Aggi Ramudu (1954) (playback singer)
11. Bangaru Papa (1954) (playback singer)
12. Sri Kalahastiswara Mahatyam (1954) (playback singer)
13. Aah (1953) (playback singer) (Telegu version)
14. Pakka Inti Ammayi (1953) (playback singer)


1. Pelli Kaanuka (1960)
2. Kalyana Parisu (1959)


1. Pakka Inti Ammayi (1953)

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Anonymous said...

I very much appreciate Early tollywood for providing such a varied information about Telugu movies.A.M.Raja, though he is a native of A.P. was very much sucessful in Tamil movies.His voice was marvellous and captivating.There is need for a comprehensive biography of him.


muralikrishna said...

HI yasasvi... thanks for commenting and making a note on A M Raja I ll try to make a good biography of him...


I am a great fan of a.m.raja
once i sae him with jikki in a public concert in K.G.F. He is such a simple man humble and pollite.i liked the way he responded to the pulic demand for his song..his voive will never die.....

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