Aacharya Aatreya

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Born : May 07, 1921, First Movie : Deeksha, Recent Release : Prema, Coming Movie(s) : Idem Pellam Baboi,

Aacharya Aathreya, born Kilambi Venkata Narasimhacharyulu About this sound pronunciation (help·info) (7 May 1921 – 13 September 1989) was a playwright, lyric writer and story writer in Telugu cinema.

He was born as Kilambi Venkata Narasimhacharyulu on 7 May 1921 in the Mangalampadu village of Sullurpeta Mandalam in the Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh.[citation needed] His pen name is based on their family Gothra.

He made contributions to the Telugu drama ('Rangastalam') and has pioneered many techniques, which were later followed by many.[citation needed] He revolutionized the Telugu drama with his thought provoking play N.G.O ("Non-gazetted officer").

Most of his lyrics focused on love and depression. Being an lyricist, he articulated tears of human agony as 'Gunde mantalaaripe channeellu kanneellu' in 'Padutha teeyaga challaga'; related the speech of heart as 'Manasu moogade kaani basunnadi daaniki' in 'Mudda banthi poovulo'(Mooga Manasulu), in a simple, but extraordinary style. His 'Mouname nee bhasha o mooga manasa'(Guppedu manasu) make the in-depth feeling regarding the nature of individual heart. 'Manasu moogadi, maatalu raanidi, mamatha okate adi nerchinadi' in 'E teega poovuno'(Maro Charithra) expresses the quality of human soul in Atreya's classic style. He was excellent in depicting the inner feelings of a distressed mind or the uncontrollable love of a lonesome heart. 'Manasu gathi inthe'(Prem Nagar), 'O hrudayam leni priyuraala'(Kanne Manasulu), 'Andamaina jeevithamu addhaala soudhamu' (Vichitra Bandham) are a few examples of Atreya's mark.

'Chitapata chinukulu paduthuvunte'(Atma Balam), the first super hit rain song in the telugu film history. He wrote a different rain song 'Swathi muthyapu jallulalo' for the film 'Prema Yuddham' in 1989, during his final stages of life.

'Pacha gaddi koseti paduchu pilla', 'Ettago unnadi olammi' from Dasara Bullodu,'Chengaavi rangu cheera kattukunna chinnadi' from 'Bangaru Babu', 'Ekkadiki pothavu chinnavaada' from 'Atma Balam' are Atreya's punching mass lyrics that are amazingly popular even today.

His dialogues for many films like Moogamanasulu, Mangalya balam, Velugu Needalu, Dr.Chakravarthy, Murali Krishna, Pelli Kanuka, Jaya Bheri are distinctive in the history of the telugu films.

He was awarded an Honourary Doctorate Degree by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University of Hyderabad, for his contributions to Telugu Literature.

Selected Flimography:

A few songs from each flim

1951 Deeksha

1955 Ardhangi

1957 Todi Kodallu

1958 Mundadugu

1960 Sri Venkateswara Mahatyam

1962 Manchi Manasulu

1963 Mooga Manasulu

1964 Doctor Chakravarti

1964 Gudi Gantalu

1964 Murali Krishna

1965 Antastulu

1965 Preminchi Choodu

1965 Sumangali

1965 Tene Manasulu

1967 Private Master

1968 Brahmachari

1969 Natakala Rayudu

1970 Akka Chellelu

1971 Mattilo Manikyam

1971 Prem Nagar

1972 Badi Pantulu

1972 Papam Pasivadu

1973 Bhakta Tukaram

1975 Babu

1976 Antuleni Katha

1976 Jyoti

1978 Maro Charitra

1979 Andamaina Anubhavam

1979 Guppedu Manasu

1979 Idi Katha Kaadu

1980 Toli Kodi Koosindi

1981 Aakali Rajyam

1983 Abhilasha

1983 Kokilamma

1985 Swati Mutyam

1987 Abhinandana

1989 Prema